Winners of the 2021 Bob Golf golf tourney include, from left, Adam Shantz, Dean Owen, Derek Moore and Brandon Lancelle. Submitted photo

Golf: Bob Cup raises $18K for local nonprofit

More than 80 golfers hit the course at The Cedars at Dungeness in late July, looking to further efforts to establish a permanent home for Clallam Mosaic, a nonprofit working to empower individuals with special needs.

Playing on rain- and wind-swept fairways and greens, particuipants in the sixth-annual Bob Cup golf tournament on July 31 raised more than $18,000. Funds came from sponsors, registration fees, silent auction items, raffle tickets and open donations, and event organizers said many winners of the chipping contest donated their winnings.

“The Bob Cup has become a summer golfing tradition,” said Mary Jane Duncan, organizer of the tournament. “Support from the business community continues to grow, and teams are fast becoming competitive, in a very friendly way.”

The Bob Cup was created in memory of longtime Sequim resident Robert “Bob” Raymond Duncan, a husband, father, avid golfer and an Alaska Airlines pilot.

The winning foursome at this year’s Bob Cup included Brandon Lancelle, Derek Moore, Dean Owen and Adam Shantz. Randy Westcott won the closest-to-pin contest on hole No. 4 and Jake Lotzgesell won KP honors on hole No. 17.

The event was a success thanks to the generosity of Alaska Airlines and a number of local community sponsors, including: 1st Security Bank; Alaska Airlines; Bekkevar Farm; Bell & Bell; Blake Tile & Stone; Brother’s Plumbing; By Design Group, Inc.; Cole’s Jewelers; First Federal; Friends, Family of Christine Motokane; Hi-Way 101 Diner; H2O Plumbing Contractors; Integrity Pumps & Filtration; Juan de Fuca Cottages; Kirsch Electric; Koenig Subaru; Les Schwab; Mariners Café; Mark McHugh Real Estate; Oak Table; Olympic Ambulance; 7 Cedars Casino; Sound Community Bank; Steve Gish Attorney at Law, and Wilder Auto.

About Clallam Mosaic

Since 1998, Clallam Mosaic has provided a safe space where individuals with special needs can grow, offering year-round educational, creative, recreational, peer-to-peer tutoring, leisure and volunteer opportunities.

During the past year Mosaic has offered virtual classes, supports and delivered monthly Mosaic at Home care and activity bags to more than 75 individuals across Clallam County.

Clallam Mosaic is also the host for the local chapter of Parent to Parent, supporting parents and families caring for individuals with special needs of all ages.

For more information about Clallam Mosaic, visit

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