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For more than 20 years, Churchill County has hosted the Jim Regan Memorial Golf Tournament to raise funds for academic scholarships for county staff and their children. Regan was a county commissioner who was heavily involved in the community and died in office in April 2000.
The 2023 tournament saw 53 golfers come out to the Fallon Golf Course on September 23 for a day of golfing, raffles, food and fun. After two rounds through the 9-hole course, the tournament results are:
1st Place – Jim Isbister, Tomas Kutansky, Andrew Smirnes and Andrew Palmer. 2nd Place – Brian Mello, Chelle Dalager, Avery Strasdin and David Dakin3rd Place – Teri Peck, Dennis Rash, Tom Rhodes, and Jenna Parrish
Longest Drive – Brett Carey and Chelle DalagerClosest to the Pin – Alan Kalt and Teri Peck
The Jim Regan Memorial Tournament was conceived by former county Comptroller Alan Kalt and is today organized by Pam Moore in the Clerk-Treasurer’s Office.
The tournament was sponsored by Churchill County and the City of Fallon as platinum sponsors; along with Mackedon, deBraga & Rowe Law, PC; Tedford Tire and Auto Service, Western Nevada Supply, Banner Churchill Community Hospital, A & K Earth Movers, Inc.; Bassham Furniture, Churchill County Federal Credit Union, Oasis Online, Fallon Nugget/Bonanza, Big R, Fallon Pizza Factory, Fallon Golf Course, Evie Regan, Scott & Patti Hiatt, Russ & Kelly Frost, Kent’s Supply Co., Harmon Junction and Marcia Ernst.
The tournament has raised nearly $80,000 over the last two decades which has in turn been given out in scholarships to county employees and their children each spring. This year scholarships were awarded to Royce Mills, Dallas Shults, Austin Mize, Nicole Persek and Stacie Bodganowicz.
Churchill County wishes to extend its sincere appreciation for the support and donations from this community that make this event such a great success.
Photo: A golfer tees off at the 2023 Jim Regan Memorial Golf Tournament. Photo by Pam Moore.