Golfers Tee Off at ACG of Minnesota Golf Tournament

The event is held to benefit scholarships granted through the AGC of Minnesota Foundation.

Fri August 26, 2016 - Midwest Edition #18
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Hole number 8 featured a unique ferry boat from tee to green.
Hole number 8 featured a unique ferry boat from tee to green.
Hole number 8 featured a unique ferry boat from tee to green. The hole one sponsor was Cobb Strecker Dunphy and Zimmermann, Minneapolis, Minn. Mary Cave (R), CRIS account executive, and her son Mitchell hand out prizes.
 Jack Peterson (L), marketing assistant, and Heidi Sedlacek, marketing coordinator, both of Bituminous Roadways Inc., Mendota Heights, Minn., speak with attendees about the company’s green and eco-friendly techniques. Tim Rents (L), territory sales manager, and Malia Oesterreich, territory sales manager, of hole sponsor RMS Rentals, Savage, Minn., enjoy their time at the event.  Janelle McCafferty (L), executive assistant, and Grace Dahlquist, administrative assistant, Association of Women Contractors, St. Paul, Minn., are ready to start the inflatable tube toss. The members of the AGC of Minnesota, team (L-R) are Abbey Bryduck, director of government affairs; Merry Beckmann, director of member services; Renee Horsman, office manager; and Denise Woods, director of communications and events. Kevin Byrne, Great American Insurance, Wayzata, Minn., hits the shot of the day.

On Aug. 5, a full field of golfers enjoyed a round of golf on a beautiful day at Stonebrooke Golf Club at Associated General Contractors of Minnesota's annual golf tournament. The event is held to benefit scholarships granted through the AGC of Minnesota Foundation.

Congratulations to the first place team — Justin Black, Steve Hall, Brandon Niesen and Rand Syverson, all of Hardrives Inc.

For more information, visit, www.agcmn.org.


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