Sunday, July 4, 2004

Golf outing: Talbert House


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[IMAGE] Rick Rowland (left), Tom Fesslerand, Ed Maynard (right), representing Cox Financial, check their score card.
(Philip Groshong photo)
The eighth annual Team Up! Cincinnati Golf Outing, presented by Talbert House and the University of Cincinnati Athletic Department, raised $60,110 for Talbert House's adolescent substance abuse prevention and education program.

Oscar Robertson was honorary chairman of the event at Maketewah Country Club.

Eighty-four golfers participated. Brian Lambdin of PsychTemps won the nearest-to-pin shootout and donated his prize money back to Talbert House.

PsychTemps placed first in the Division One competition. Sandee Taylor, also from PsychTemps, won the longest drive and putt prizes in the women's division. Rick Rowland of Cox Financial won the longest drive prize, and John Procario from Cinergy won the longest putt prize in the men's division. Golfers joined dinner guests for live and silent auctions, with guest auctioneer and Channel 12 news anchor Dave Burchell. Live auction items included President Bush's autograph from his visit to Talbert House the same day. Cox Financial was the event's title sponsor. Dinner sponsor was Marsh USA.

Since 1965, Talbert House has provided mental health, community corrections and substance abuse services.




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