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Scott Moody tees off on hole No. 12 during the Randy Kemp Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament.


Below: Pike County Judge Don Baker loads his clubs into his golf cart.


Bottom: State Land Commissioner John Thurston prepares to hit the course before the shotgun start.


Golf Tournament raises $8,600 for scholarship


Almost 50 golfers teed off at Eagle Hill Golf and Athletic Club in Little


Rock on Aug. 19 to raise funds for the Randy Kemp Memorial Scholar- ship. Kemp was the AAC’s first communications director. He joined AAC in 2008 after a successful career in newspapers. He died in a motorcycle accident in August 2011. Te Randy Kemp Memorial Scholarship aims to raise funds for schol- arships for descendents of county officials or employees who intend to pursue a college degree in communications. Te 2014 Randy Kemp Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Kather-


ine Kemp, a graduate of Conway High School and the granddaughter of deceased Independence County Justice of the Peace James Kemp. Katherine also is the great-niece of the scholarship’s namesake. She is pursuing a degree in mass communications at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia. AAC appreciates all who support the fund and the golfers who participated.


Tournament Results


First Flight Dan Lovelady and Nathan Rutledge — 59 Cory Scott and Phillip Carper — 65 Kevin Sexton and Larry Crone — 65


Second Flight Allan Faulkner and John Boyce — 70 Jimmy Dorney and Tony Washington — 70 Don Baker and Wes Fowler — 70


Longest Drive — Arlene Welch Closest to the Pin No. 6 — Wes Fowler Closest to the Pin No. 12 — David Mayo


Te top three in each flight, the longest drive and the closest to the pins earned gift cards.


50 COUNTY LINES, FALL 2014


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