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Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament


1956—2011


Golfers hit the greens at Oakridge Golf Course in Hunts- ville for the Randy Kemp Memo- rial Scholarship.


David and Peggy Kemp address the players at Oakridge Golf Course before tee off of the Randy Kemp Memorial Golf Tournament. Randy Kemp, former AAC communications director, died in a tragic motor- cycle accident in August 2011. In his honor, AAC renamed its annual tournament. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Randy Kemp Memorial Scholarships.


Randy Kemp Memorial tournament swings at Oakridge Golf Course


Bill Gipson, AAC board member and Perry County Justice of the Peace, browses the vendor area.


Cathy Perry, AACRMS admin. assistant, runs the AAC’s photo identification machine for Georgia Hen- derson, Poinsett County Justice of the Peace.


About 30 golfers teed off at Oakridge Golf Course on Aug. 7 to fund raise for the Randy Kemp Memorial Scholarships. Kemp was the AAC’s first communications director and he joined the AAC in 2008 after a successful career in newspapers. He died in a motorcycle accident in August 2011. “It was easy to help raise money for a cause that has Randy’s name,” said


Wes Fowler, AAC governmental affairs director. “He was a good man who loved what he did.” Te Randy Kemp Memorial Scholarship aims to raise funds for scholar- ships for descendents of county officials or employees who intend to pursue a college degree in communications. Fowler organized the event and donated his golf course in Huntsville for the tournament. Te first Randy Kemp Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Karen Ricketts, who is pursuing a degree in broadcast journalism at Ar- kansas Tech University. Fowler recognized Arkansas CAMA Technology for making a donation of $2,500 to the scholarship fund. He also recognized Madison County Judge Frank Weaver for Madison County’s fund-raising efforts of $500 for the fund. Te AAC appreciates all who supported the fund and the golfers who


AAC Board President Mike Jacobs, Johnson County Judge, presides over the opening general session.


participated.


Tournament results First flight Scott Moody and Max Tackett – 63 Tony Washington and Zac Bradley – 63 Cory Scott and Will Jones – 64 Second flight Kevin Tucker and Buddy Villines – 67 Don Baker and Chic Phillips – 70 David Rivera and Larry Crone – 71 Closest to the Pin No. 1 – Scott Moody Closest to the Pin No. 4 – Max Tackett Closest to the Pin No. 7– Scott Moody Closest to the Pin No. 15 – Zac Bradley Gift cards were earned for the top three in each flight and for closet to the pins.


COUNTY LINES, FALL 2012


Max Tackett (left) and Scott Moody won the tournament.


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