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2016 Regional CFC Kickoff Golf Tournament Results
The Southeastern North Carolina Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) kicked off its annual fundraising drive with a golf tournament held at Fort Bragg’s Ryder Golf Course. With 106 golfers participating from units located at Fort Bragg along with federal agencies across the seventeen counties that make up this campaign region accompanied by an agency fair highlighting some of the participating CFC charities, the kickoff was a total success. Dan Russell, the Director of the Southeastern North Carolina CFC welcomed all to the CFC Kickoff and turned the event over to the Garrison Command Sergeant Major John Cervenka who provided opening comments thanking all for their attendance and support of the CFC and announcing the regions campaign goal of $1,750,000. CSM Cervenka went on to encourage all to go back to their respective federal agency and military organization and ask all to participate in this very worthwhile cause. After CSM Cervenka’s comments, he turned the event over to Robert Taylor the Head Professional at Ryder Golf Course who provided the rules briefing. With everyone standing by, CSM Cervenka kicked off the tournament with the opening drive off of the first Tee sending his drive down the left side of the fairway for about 230 yards. All other participants then moved to their respective holes for the shotgun start. Upon completion of the tournament, Ryder Golf Course provided a meal that included hotdogs, hamburgers, coleslaw and beans and drinks. When the last team finished trophies were presented to the first, second and third place teams along with awards for the closest to the pins on all four par three holes and the longest drive. In addition, everyone in attendance had an opportunity to draw for additional prizes including golfing for four players at some of the premiere courses in our area along with door prizes that were provided by participating charities at the event.
The winners of each category were:
First place team from the 43RD ABS, Pope AAF
SSgt Andrew Bowman, SSgt Jordan Strange, SRA Zachary Conant, A1C Nicholas Sullivan
Second place team from the 1st SF Command
Mr. Cisco Almodovar, Mr. Gary Ayres, Mr. Mike Kucher, Mr. Dwayne Pope
Third place team from the 96th CA Bn
MAJ O.J. Holmes, CSM Tony Sandoval, SGM Keith Bishop, 1SG Jamie Mullinax
The closest to the Pin Winners were:
Hole # 5 – SSgt Jordan Strange, 43RD ABS Pope Army Airfield
Hole # 9 – Mr. Cisco Almodovar, 1st SF Command
Hole # 12 – SRA Zayne Davenport – 582D ASOS/LGMC Pope Army Airfield
Hole # 16 – SPC Matthew Bryant – 92D CA Battalion
The Longest Drive winner was:
Hole # 7 – SSgt Jordan Strange, 43RD ABS Pope Army Airfield
For more information on the CFC, contact your unit, directorate or agency representative or contact the CFC office at 910-396-3660.
2016 Charity Applications
2016 Local Federation, Independent and FSYA Charity Applications.
The 2016 Charity Application deadline opened on 3 February 2016 and closed on 4 March 2016. No additoinal applications will be accepted. You are welcome to apply next year.
Thank you for interest in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) for Southeastern North Carolina. This is the official CFC website for the Southeastern North Carolina CFC.
This site has been reviewed and approved by the LFCC for Southeastern North Carolina for the 2016 CFC campaign. Comments and feedback are encouraged. Interested parties with general questions should contact Dan Russell, the Principal Combined Fund Organization (PCFO).