WAY TO WELLNESS A quarterly publication of the Henderson Family YMCA and The Daily Dispatch Sunday, July 17, 2011 • 3rd Quarter Enjoy your day and play golf with the Henderson Family YMCA (Above) 2010 Net Division Winners of the YMCA golf tournament: Premier Chiropractic. (Below) 2010 Gross Division Winners: Charles Boyd — Chevrolet, Pontiac, Cadillac, Buick, GMC Inc. The Henderson Family YMCA and Michelob Ultra will be holding the 10th annual YMCA golf tournament on Aug. 16 at Henderson Country Club with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Proceeds received from our tournament will be used for YMCA playground renovations. The cost for this year’s tournament is $650 for a team of four or $162.50 for an individual. The cost includes green fees, cart, meals and gift bags. The tournament is all-inclusive so there are no additional fees for a mulligan or throw when you arrive. Tournament format is four-person super ball with prizes in both gross and net divisions. Lunch and dinner will be provided for each player. Those who cannot attend or participate but would still like to support the Henderson Family YMCA and its programs can still make a taxdeductible donation. Patrons/ Contributors can contribute with different levels of donations: $200 — Double Eagle, $100 — Eagle, $50 — Birdie, and $25 — Par. For more information or to register for the tournament please call the Y at (252) 4382144 or email Julia Langston at email@example.com. Woody Caudle (left) stands alongside co-worker Mary Grissom. Grissom has since retired from the YMCA after 19 years of service. Long-time YMCA employee Mary Grissom retires After 19 years of dedicated service to the YMCA, Administrative Assistant Mary Grissom has retired. Mary began her career at the YMCA on Dec. 16, 1991. Since the YMCA facility was just a little over one year old when Mary started, she was instrumental in helping it establish good operating and business practices. The mem- bers, the Board of Directors, and the staff of the YMCA all wish Mary a happy and well-deserved Cleaton retirement. Tina Cleaton has joined the YMCA staff as the new administrative assistant. Y soon to snag literary ‘quarry’: local author to hold book-signing Local writer R.J. ‘Bob’ McCarthy will be present for a soon-to-be-announced booksigning at the Henderson Family YMCA. His novel, “Quarry Steps Up: A Tony Quarry / Carolina Mystery,” has just been published and the release date is fast approaching. McCarthy, a fifteen-year member, will donate 50% of the royalties from the book signing to the YMCA. Please keep this upcoming event in mind with an eye out for an announcement of the specific date.