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Building for the Future Golf Tournament Recap

This past Friday, Valley-Wide hosted the 1st Annual Building for the Future Golf Tournament at Four Mile Ranch Golf Club in Cañon City. This was a great event with a nice turnout that allowed us to continue to build relationships with different organizations and individuals across the Fremont County region.

The Mortgage Co. Team (our neighbors at 531 Main St.) who won the tournament!

Sunflower Bank Team was a corporate sponsor of the tournament.

Four Mile Ranch Golf Club was a beautiful course.

It was a perfect day to host the 1st Annual Building for the Future Golf Tournament.

Team photo for the team, “Dude, Where’s My Par?”

Team Gurule & Co. took second place and featured PGA pro Jon Atencio (right), as well as Valley-Wide pharmacist David Gurule.

The Pueblo Community College Foundation team had a great time and made some amazing shots!

“The Fore Horsemen” featured from left to right included: Shannon Pierce, CFO Javier Martinez, Norman Roberts, and COO Adam Roberts.

CIO Larry Helms and his awesome team took third place.

Team Edward Jones was a corporate sponsor and plans to definitely play again next year.

CIO Larry Helms presents a giveaway to one of the lucky winners.

Team Gurule & Co. took second place, which included a free round of golf for four donated by Pueblo Country Club.

The champions of the tournament were The Mortgage Co., who took home a round of golf donated by The Rio Grande Club.

Brenda from Pueblo Community College Foundation’s team shows just how close she came to a hole-in-one. Brenda ended up winning the Closest to the Pin contest.

Cañon City Director of Operations Lindsey Sykora hits a shot – FORE!

The Fore Horsemen watch in disbelief as the ball almost finds the hole.