SPY's Newsletter 6/22/2021
SPY’s Newsletter #139
Parade Of Champions
What follows are pictures of the winners of the various divisions in the Centennial Acres / SPY Shootout Golf Tournament held recently:
Pictured (L to R) are Bobby Spitzley; Logan Lake; Greg Haskin; and Brian Rush
Pictured (L to R) are Jill Booher; Jodi Spitzley; Diane Haskin; and Sandra Fisher
Pictured (L to R) are Steve Piercefield; Cindy Piercefield; and Sean Williams. Missing from the picture is team member Courtney Makley.
Men’s Senior Division
Pictured (L to R) are Lee Bosworth; Stacey Bosworth; Tournament Co-Chairman Derek Desgranges; Mark Hanna; and Bill Bosworth.
Not only did the Mark & Mary Hanna Platinum Team win the Senior Division by posting an over-all tournament low score of 55, they also captured the “Challenge Cup”, shown here being presented by Derek Desgranges.
One Of The Big Prize Winners
Pictured is Stacey Bosworth who won the drawing for a great chair from Mapes Furniture Company.
Sunfield Farmer’s Picnic To Host Ice Cream
Social To Announce The 2021 Grand Marshal
The Sunfield Farmer’s Picnic Board will host an Ice Cream Social on Tuesday, July 6, 2021 from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. at Van Buren Park in Sunfield. The 2021 grand marshal will be introduced.
The board appreciates all the wonderful nominations for the 2021 Grand Marshal. Please be assured that all nominations will be carried over for consideration in 2022.
Members of the Board include: Jeff Gibbs, Stephanie Brummette, DeAnna Clark, Betsy Gibbs, Rod Clark, Ryan Clark, Kerry Wilcox, Lesia Brummette, Emie Pepper, Stacey Nurenberg, Jay Wacha, Craig Cappon, Roy Morris and Paul Campbell. The next Committee meeting is Wednesday July 7, 2021 at the Sunfield Community Room at 7 pm. Join us or send your comments to P.O. Box 12, Sunfield, Michigan 48890; email – firstname.lastname@example.org or call 517-566-8333.
· We would like to send out our gratitude and thanks to the Ray & Ardath Wilcox estate, as well as to Louie Trowbridge for their donations of glassware and other material to our Dime Pitch Booth.
· An EXTRA SPECIAL “we appreciate you” shout-out goes out to the many wonderful people who sponsored a hole at the Centennial Acres / SPY Shootout Golf Tournament. Thank you:
Portland Federal Credit Union
Tim Spitzley Architects LLC
Wayne Simmons (2)
IMO Hans “Doc” Huyck
IMO of William & Nina Bosworth
Larry & Katie Terpstra
A & D Haskin Co.
Automated Process Equipment Corporation
Ashton King Insurance Agency
Best Tax Service
Campbell & Sons Lawn & Snow
D & D Products
Hazel Brothers Drainage LLC
HSV Redi-Mix Inc.
Mapes Furniture Company
Mark Woodman Plumbing & Heating
Michigan Tax & Financial
Musgrove Grain LLC
Precision Grade Excavating
Bader & Sons
John & Sandra Fisher
Ron & Marlene McDiarmid
Bill & Patti Weller
Pete & Becky Weller
Jim & Diny Peabody
Kendall & Karry Wilcox
Roy & Judy Harris
Mark & Mary Hanna
Steve & Christina Grosshans
Again, thank you all for helping us help kids and the community!
Did you know that Sunfield has a Veterans Honor Board? It is located in front of the GAR Hall, (the white building with the canons in front), in downtown Sunfield. It is maintained by the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War (the DUV).
The Daughters are again updating the board and are requesting anyone who wants a name added of a veteran from the Sunfield area to let them know. The cost for the special plate is $45.
Anyone interested, please contact Rosie Best at 517-331-0836---or by mail at PO Box 152, Sunfield, MI 48890.
Please include what branch of the service---and years of service.
• Deep Thought of the Week: Behind you, all your memories. Before you, all your dreams. Around you, all who love you. Within you, all you need.
• Notable Quote: “Life is like a camera. You focus on what’s important. Capture the good times. Develop from the negative. And, if things don’t work out, take another shot.”
• That’s Puny Department: The girl in the middle of the tennis court is Annette.
• Did You Know Section? ---Was there ever a real “Uncle Ben”?
The simple answer is “Yes”. The original Uncle Ben was a black rice farmer who lived in Texas. His rice crop was renowned among the rice millers in and around Houston for being the highest quality. His rice was so good that the other farmers proudly compared their rice to his, claiming it was “as good as Uncle Ben’s.” In the late 1940’s, two or the founders of Converted Rice Inc. (forerunner of Uncle Ben’s Inc.) were having dinner in their favorite Chicago restaurant, discussing how to better market their “converted” rice in the United States. They both were familiar with the Uncle Ben quality story and decided to call their product Uncle Ben’s Converted Brand Rice and manufacture it in the rice-growing area around Houston, where Uncle Ben was said to have farmed. The restaurant’s maître d’, Frank Brown, was a close friend of the two men. They talked him into posing for the famous Uncle Ben portrait that is still on the company boxes today.