Taking a swing for ‘Right to Life’


MASON — This past Saturday, Mason County Right to Life held its third annual golf tournament at Riverside Golf Course in Mason where nearly 70 golfers participated.

The winning team consisted of Craig Roush, Jeremy Tucker, Marshall Wooten and Jesse Jordan

This tournament had three purposes and they are listed by priority: Worship Jesus in public. Create a positive awareness for the importance of life, from conception to natural death. Make a little money to support Right to Life efforts.

“I believe all the golfers had a great time and comments were made about the importance of tournament’s purpose,” Wayne Sanders from Mason County Right to Life said.

Information for this story provided by Wayne Sanders.

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Front row left, Jonna Epple, Maddie Ohlinger holding a golf ball towel that says “Life is Precious”; back row, from left Wayne Sanders, Matt Ohlinger. They are pictured at the Mason County Right to Life annual golf tournament.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.30-PPR-Rite-2.jpgFront row left, Jonna Epple, Maddie Ohlinger holding a golf ball towel that says “Life is Precious”; back row, from left Wayne Sanders, Matt Ohlinger. They are pictured at the Mason County Right to Life annual golf tournament. Wayne Sanders | Courtesy

Pictured from left, Jonna Epple, Maddie Ohlinger at the Mason County Right to Life annual golf tournament.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.30-PPR-Rite.jpgPictured from left, Jonna Epple, Maddie Ohlinger at the Mason County Right to Life annual golf tournament. Wayne Sanders | Courtesy

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