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Tourney raises funds for good causes in Long
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The Long County Chamber of Commerce held its first golf tournament on Saturday, and tournament director Kerry Hunt called it a successful endeavor.
The Mack Brown team came in first place, with the Terry Sellers team finishing second.
Rounding out the top three was the Tammy Ballance team. The “We Didn’t Forget About You: Dead Last Award” went to the Kevin Parker team.
 “We had a good time and for our first tournament, it went really well,” Hunt said. “On behalf of the Chamber, I would like to thank all of our sponsors and players for making the tournament a success.”
The tournament took place at Cherokee Rose Golf Course in Hinesville.
Organizational sponsors for the event included Ludowici IGA, Hendrix Hauling, McCullough & Swindell Attorney At Law, The Heritage Bank, Farm Bureau Insurance, Low Country Paintball, Town & Country Beauty Shop and Florist, Garrison Forestry, Ludowici Meats, The Ludowici Bank, Georgia Power, Altamaha Federal Credit Union, Hall’s Electric, Faith Baptist Church and Christian Academy, Ludowici Drugs, Jones Creek Towing, Johnson Land Clearing, County Line Barn and A-Shift from the Hinesville Fire Department.
Individual sponsors were Betty and C.J. Smiley, Mike and Gina Riddle, Elise Stafford and Long County Sheriff Cecil Nobles.
The tournament was conducted by the Long County Chamber of Commerce with all proceeds going to fund community events such as the Long County Christmas Parade, the Long County Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Fund and the Relay for Life.

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