With 90 golfers and 35 sponsors, the 43 annual Cleveland Open golf tournament, held at Shoreland Country Club on August 8, raised $4500 for Cleveland High School athletic programs, $1000 more than last year’s open.
Helping with games on the holes were student athletes Mariah McCabe, Greta Hahn, Chloe Anderson, Ava Hahn, Kale Kelley, Blake Lyons, Kyle Connor and Carson Lyons.
Black and Orange Sponsors, those that donated $500 or more, were North Star Aviation, HomeTown Insurance Agency and the Sheriff’s Youth Project of LeSueur County.
Sponsoring holes were HomeTown Insurance Agency, HomeTown Bank, Cleveland American Legion, The She Shed, Lake Shores and More Realty, Cleveland Fire Department, Schmidt Concrete & Masonry LLC, Tweeten’s One Stop, Inc., Gibbs Construction, JW Construction, IFC National Marketing/HomeTown Insurance Agency, Ponwith Farms, Alliance Insurance Agency of Mankato-Carter Kopet, Family Fresh, Cleveland Municipal Liquor Store, The Sign Dept., North Star Aviation, Kokomo’s Bar & Grill Associated Finishing, Inc., Always There Heating & Air, Johnson Bros. Trucking & Seed, St. Peter, MN, Shoreland Pro Shop, MinnValley Mutual Insurance Co., Federated Insurance, Ag Management Solutions LLC – Scott Miller, NAU Country, Grinnel Mutual/HomeTown Insurance Agency and Schabert Construction.
Donating door prizes were HomeTown Insurance Agency, HomeTown Bank, Cleveland Public School, She Shed/Lake Shores & More, Cleveland PTO, Grinnell Mutual, NAU Country, Rain and Hail Insurance, Great American Crop Insurance Company, SFM Work Comp and Aveda.
“I am thankful to all of the players, our hole sponsors and businesses that donated door prizes,” said Jennifer Schmidt, who coordinated the open.
In the photo above are Doug Schweim of HomeTown Insurance Agency and HomeTownBank, both major sponsors, Allissa Gibbs, who assisted Schmidt at the tournament, Schmidt and athletic director Rich Kern. (Photo courtesy of Jennifer Schmidt)