The 2014 COPC Golf Tournament
Friday, August 15th
The event was great!
All those who played and helped were great!
Our thanks go to the players, sponsors and others who made the event fun as well as a fund raiser for COPC!
Below is a list of Sponsors and Teams:
Mt. View Heating – Presenting Sponsor
G5 Search Marketing – Beverage Cart Sponsor
AirLink Critical Care Transport – Hole Sponsor
Bend Police Department – Hole Sponsor
Bend Fire & Rescue Deputy Chief Doug Koellermeier – Hole Sponsor
Bend Fire & Rescue Chief Larry Langston – Hole Sponsor
Deschutes County Employees Association – Hole Sponsor
Life Flight Network – Hole Sponsor
Miller Nash – Hole Sponsor
Redmond Firefighter Association– Hole Sponsor
The Father's House – Hole Sponsor
Tim Edwards - Donation
AirLink Critical Care Transport – 2 Teams
Bend Police Department – 2 Teams
Deschutes County Sheriff Employees Association – 4 Teams
Miller Nash – 1 Team
Mt. View Heating – 1 Team
Niswonger Reynolds Funeral – 1 Team
The Father's House – 1 Team
Other Gifts & Donations
Awbrey Glen Golf Course – Golf Twosome & Cart
Bigfoot Beverage – Pepsi, Water, Gatorade
Black Butte Ranch Golf Course – Golf Foursome & Cart
Blacksmith Restaurant – Gift Card
Costco Bend – Gift Card
Eagle Crest Golf Course – Golf Foursome & Cart
Juniper Golf Course – Golf Twosome & Cart
Meadow Lakes Golf Course – Golf Foursome No Cart
Nashelle in Bend – Ear Rings
Prineville Golf & Country Club – Golf Foursome & Cart
Prineville Men's Wear – Cowboy Boots
Redmond Fire & Rescue – Ladder Truck & Flag
Revive Skin Services – Acupuncture Package
Seventh Mountain Resort – Whitewater Rafting
Starbucks Redmond – Coffee & Condiments
Sun Mountain Fun Center – Mini Golf Foursome
TOMO Japanese Restaurant – Gift Card
Wal Mart Redmond – Gift Card
Buy A Tree Change A Life
Click here to download a copy of the flyer for this fundraiser.
Notes from Chaplain Jim
Greetings! Thanksgiving is upon us! We set an entire month aside to be Thankful!
Just returned from an Honor Flight Mission with my Father-in-Law who is a WWII Veteran serving as a tail gunner on a B-24. I was his Guardian for 4 days I am sure the thought scared him at first! Everywhere we went looking at walls, marble, statues, pillars or buildings they all had one theme - we looked up!
There were so many tributes many of which pulled on your hearts cord to be Thankful, Thankful for men and women who sacrificed their lives so we could live in this wonderful country. Thankful for the freedoms that we have to live - worship - thrive and enjoy life. We saw a lot of Memorials - a created structure that reminds us of an event or someone’s life - how they lived - what they did.
The Battle of Iwo Jima, or Operation Detachment, was a major battle in which the United States Armed Forces fought for and captured the island of Iwo Jima from the Japanese Empire. Credit to Wikipedia for the brief description. While I stood there I Looked Up. It is a memorial for all of the Marines who have given their lives in battle since 1945. I stood and thought of guys I had known and played football with in High School.
While I was Looking Up one of our Veterans with the Honor Flight silently said to me - "I was there - when they raised the flag I watched them" That statement resonated in my heart and mind - made it personnel. I thanked him for his service and we both looked up together.
I left Thanking God for the moments to Look Up and realize what an honor it is to be a chaplain and walk alongside an awesome family of First Responders.
Having returned from an awesome sabbatical this last week events ramped up off the chart with - suicide/homecide events - Motor Vehicle Accidents and crashes that involved too many deaths. Our COPC Chaplains walked alongside our First Responders and the Community Serving and Supporting and periodically helping them to Look Up!
This month while we are being Thankful hope you will find a First Responder and a Veteran and tell them Thanks too - then Look Up with an attitude of Thanksgiving - "Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. Philippians 4:6 (NASB)
Thankfully Serving First Responders - COPC Chaplains
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