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Are any elected or executive officials playing in the Nov. 9 City/County Golf Tournament to benefit the United Way?

Eric Detweiler
StarNews

The list of city officials signed up to play in the tournament at Wilmington Municipal Golf Course includes Mayor Bill Saffo, Mayor Pro-Tem Earl Sheridan, City Manager Sterling Cheatham and Deputy City Manager Tony Caudle.

The county’s entry deadline is Wednesday, but organizer Joe Suleyman said he expects County Commissioner Jonathan Barfield, Jr., among others, to participate.

The tournament is open to current and former county and city employees and their family members. The $35 entry fee goes directly to the United Way. The event begins with a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m.

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One Response to “ Are any elected or executive officials playing in the Nov. 9 City/County Golf Tournament to benefit the United Way?”

  1. On November 9, 2013 at 7:03 pm Mathew Mark Lukenjon wrote:

    The County thrashed the City this year, by the way. The trophy returns to the victor!



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