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July 2011 PIOGA Summer Outing A


gorgeous day greeted the 100 golfers and 39 shoot- ers who participated in


PIOGA’s June 28 Summer Outing at Wanango Golf Club and Busted Flush Sporting Clays in the Oil City area. Afterward, another 10 people came to enjoy a delicious steak dinner with the shooters and golfers at Wanango. Our thanks to the following companies who sponsored the


day’s activities: Title/Picnic Sponsor – Appalachian Well Services. Tournament-Picnic Cosponsors – American Refining Group; Ergon Oil Purchasing, Inc.; Select Energy Services. Tee & Green Sponsors – ARG Resources, Inc. (2); Bell Supply Company; Diehl Auto Group; Eagle Fiberglass LLC (2); Ergon Oil Purchasing, Inc. (3); Highland Tank; Meinert Mashek Communications; Mount Chestnut Development LLC; New Prospect Company; North Penn Pipe & Supply; NOV Tuboscope; Oil Service, Inc.; Penn Air Notch; Total Energy Resources, LLC; Universal Well Services. Beverage Stop Sponsor – Vineyard Oil & Gas Company. Lunch Sponsor – BLX, Inc. Sporting Clay Sponsors – Babst Calland; National Oil Well Varco; Pennsylvania Brine Treatment Corp. Sporting Clay Prizes – ABARTA Oil & Gas. A special thanks goes out to Becky Wiley of Total Energy


Resources, LLC for spearheading organization of the event again this year. 


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