We would like to thank all our sponsors and attendees for making our 2016 CAI golf outing the best one yet! We hope you had as much fun as we did and we look forward to seeing you there again next year! Hopefully to win one the fabulous prizes from our contest holes! Below is a recap of our winners.

Dubsdread Lowest Score

Chris Matson, Hammerbrush Painting & Construction

Shannon Skeels, Liberman Management Services

Ivan Milojovich, IM Electric

Matt Herman, Hammerbrush Painting & Construction

Lowest Team Score, Courses 1 & 3

Damian Bierman, Twin Bros. Paving & Concrete

Jon Summers, Twin Bros. Paving & Concrete

Darrin McDonald, ACM Community Management

Allen Van Horn, ACM Community Management


Highest Team Score, Courses 1 & 3

Tracy Fagan, Hillcrest Property Management

Karen Iverson, AAA Painting

Jen James, Hillcrest Property Management

Tina Straits, Baum Property Management

Longest Drive-Course 1

Men-Ralph Mariotti, Woodland Windows & Doors

Women-Kathryn Formeller, Tressler

Closest to the Pin-Course 1

Ralph Mariotti, Woodland Windows & Doors

Laura Biagi, Guest of Itasca Bank & Trust

Longest Drive-Course 3

Men-Chase Carmel, Optimal Outsource

Women-Dawn Schwartz, Foster Premier

Closest to the Pin-Course 3

Men- Ted Gross Bruning & Associates

Women-Gina Cashman, Foster Premier


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