The Big Chill

Glen Rose Reporter
Area businesses and golfers were anything but chilly when it came to donating and playing in the eighth annual Big Chill Golf Tournament last Saturday at Squaw Valley Golf Course. Temps were in the high 50s one day after being in the 80s in Glen Rose, but 132 golfers showed up in record numbers for the event that collected nearly 60 bikes and countless toys to be given to local children for Christmas through the Angel Tree Program in Somervell County. To date, the event has collected almost 450 bikes for needy children.  Johnnie Felps and Jason Felps won the tournament by posting a score of 12 under par.
Area businesses and golfers were anything but chilly when it came to donating and playing in the eighth annual Big Chill Golf Tournament last Saturday at Squaw Valley Golf Course. Temps were in the high 50s one day after being in the 80s in Glen Rose, but 132 golfers showed up in record numbers for the event that collected nearly 60 bikes and countless toys to be given to local children for Christmas through the Angel Tree Program in Somervell County. To date, the event has collected almost 450 bikes for needy children.  Johnnie Felps and Jason Felps won the tournament by posting a score of 12 under par.
Area businesses and golfers were anything but chilly when it came to donating and playing in the eighth annual Big Chill Golf Tournament last Saturday at Squaw Valley Golf Course. Temps were in the high 50s one day after being in the 80s in Glen Rose, but 132 golfers showed up in record numbers for the event that collected nearly 60 bikes and countless toys to be given to local children for Christmas through the Angel Tree Program in Somervell County. To date, the event has collected almost 450 bikes for needy children.  Johnnie Felps and Jason Felps won the tournament by posting a score of 12 under par.
Area businesses and golfers were anything but chilly when it came to donating and playing in the eighth annual Big Chill Golf Tournament last Saturday at Squaw Valley Golf Course. Temps were in the high 50s one day after being in the 80s in Glen Rose, but 132 golfers showed up in record numbers for the event that collected nearly 60 bikes and countless toys to be given to local children for Christmas through the Angel Tree Program in Somervell County. To date, the event has collected almost 450 bikes for needy children.  Johnnie Felps and Jason Felps won the tournament by posting a score of 12 under par.
Area businesses and golfers were anything but chilly when it came to donating and playing in the eighth annual Big Chill Golf Tournament last Saturday at Squaw Valley Golf Course. Temps were in the high 50s one day after being in the 80s in Glen Rose, but 132 golfers showed up in record numbers for the event that collected nearly 60 bikes and countless toys to be given to local children for Christmas through the Angel Tree Program in Somervell County. To date, the event has collected almost 450 bikes for needy children.  Johnnie Felps and Jason Felps won the tournament by posting a score of 12 under par.