Organizer Joan McNeely awarded prizes to the winners of the fourth annual Joan McNeely Working Woman Scholarship Golf Scramble last Saturday at River Greens Golf Course.

WEST LAFAYETTE -- The Coshocton Business and Professional Women (BPW) had their fourth annual Joan McNeely Working Woman Scholarship Golf Scramble on June 20 at River Greens Golf Course with eight teams participating. Organizer Joan McNeely said the proceeds will benefit women returning to education.

A new format was used and the Team A winner with the lowest score between 50-65 was Cindy Nye, Cheryl Bailey, Linda Clifton and Linda Teisinger. Team B winner with the lowest score between 66-74 was a tie between Linda Miller, Darlene Guess, Rhonda Barlan and Mardella Rice, and Norma Ruble, Connie Lahna, Cindy Harriman and Cathy Schlegel. Team C winner with the lowest score between 75-80 was Joan Ronshausen, Joan McNeely, Jean Ann Reed and Loretta Mast.

Longest drive winners were Beth Chapman of Zanesville and Debbie Linnabary of New Concord. Closest to the pin on the green were Linda Teisinger and Karen Kobel. Longest putts Deb Bucklew and Linda Ranniger. Skins winners were Cindy Nye and Tammy Bruner. The 50/50 winner was Lori Cooperrider. Each golfer received a door prize and each golfer received a box lunch that was prepared by the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital cafeteria.

Sponsors were Auer Ace Hardware; Edward Jones - Michael T. Remington, Investment Representative; Endsley Insurance Agency; Given-Dawson Funeral Home; The Novelty Advertising Company; The Dorothy Collins Memorial Fund; Pearl Valley Cheese; and River Greens Golf Course.

BPW promotes equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information. Membership is open to men and women, employed and unemployed.

For information, contact Marketing, Membership and Publicity Chair, Liz Herrell at (740) 294-0199 or at lizywca@columbus.rr.com.