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Terry Spencer Memorial Golf Celebration
Posted on May 18, 2011
The Terry Spencer Memorial Golf Celebration is planned on Sunday, June 12, at the Doubletree Golf Resort in Rancho Penasqutos to honor the longtime PQ resident and community volunteer, who died in February due to cancer.
The entire Spencer family — Terry, Colleen, Summer and Alec – have always been very active in community activities. Their involvement with Sunset Hills Elementary School, Black Mountain Middle School and Mt. Carmel High School has been influential and rewarding for all those who have had the opportunity to work with them to support each school. The family is also involved in soccer, basketball, baseball, equestrian, and golf.
The golf celebration is a scramble format with a 1 p.m. shotgun start. Cost to participate is $35, and additional information and registration is available from Craig Henton at 858-740-7677 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terry and son Alec – a member of the Mt. Carmel golf team — often could be found on a local golf course on the weekends. And golf was frequently a part of Spencer family vacations, with a highlight of playing at St. Andrews in Scotland. The “golf celebration” concept is a fitting tribute to Terry and his love of golf, according to Henton.