Fairfield Memorial Hospital Foundation held its Ninth Annual Golf Scramble last week to raise funds to help support the services, programs, and state-of-the-art medical equipment needs of the hospital. The first place team of the morning scramble was sponsored by the Jim’s Custom Automotive and Molt Law Office comprised of Jim Musgrave, Sr., Jim Musgrave, Jr., Aaron Musgrave, and Bill Andrews. During the afternoon scramble, first place went to the Midway Package team that was comprised of J.T. Berg, Blaith Belangee, Andy Vaughan, and T.J. Vaughan. The individual golf contest winners included: Men’s Longest Drive – Brent Sutton, Women’s Longest Drive – Laura Griswold, Closest to the Pin – Andy Vaughan, Longest Putt – Neal Laws, and Shortest Drive – Len Wells. Alan Wilson won the 50/50 drawing worth $153. Pictured above top is the Jim’s Custom Automotive/Molt Law Office team comprised of Jim Musgrave, Sr., Jim Musgrave, Jr., Aaron Musgrave, and Bill Andrews, who won the AM First Place Plaque. Pictured below is the Midway Package team receiving the PM First Place Plaque from Charlotte St.Ledger, FMH Foundation Executive Director: J.T. Berg, Blaith Belangee, Andy Vaughan, and T.J. Vaughan. Pictured left is Doug Musgrave at the No. 2 hole, where he made his hole-in-one!
Cisne FFA members Lucretia Mills and Mikayla Massie have advanced to the National Finals in Louisville, KY this fall. Mills has advanced in the Veterinary Medicine Division. Massie is going to the National Finals with her Turfgrass Management project.
The Fairfield City Council meets Tuesday night with another full agenda. Aldermen are expected to approve another payment to the firm building the new water treatment plant east of town. The latest payment – Number 21 – amounts to $9,812
19-year-old Dakota L. Drummond of Bridgeport was arrested Saturday by Mt. Carmel police on charges of possession of marijuana, manufacture or delivery of marijuana, theft and resisting arrest. Drummond is accused of stealing money and a debit card from a local woman’s purse. A search revealed he was also in possession of marijuana.
Hermitage Lodge #354 is sponsoring a blood drive today at the House of Prayer in Albion. Today’s drive runs from noon until 6 p.m. All blood types are needed at today’s drive in Albion.
Plans have been announced for the 3rd annual Wayne County Relay for Life Car Show. The event will be on Saturday, Sept. 21 on the parking lot of the Fairfield Hometown IGA. To register, call the Fairfield IGA.