Pocketfuls of success

Saturday, Oct. 7, the Sno-Valley Men's and Women's Pool Leagues,

in conjunction with the Sno-Valley Eagles, hosted a Jack & Jill pool

tournament to benefit City of Hope breast cancer research. Eighteen teams

participated and almost $900 was raised through a portion of the entry fee

and raffles ticket sales.

A heartfelt thank you goes out to all the men and women who

participated in this tournament, as well as other Eagle's patrons who

purchased raffle tickets. We would like to recognize the following businesses and

individuals who donated items, money, and/or time to this event:

Adair's on the Green, Adventure Bowling, anonymous donations,

Alpine Blossom, Craig Bennett, Matt Campbell, The Candy Factory,

Cascade Golf Course, Chaplin's, Curt's Hairstyling, Cycle Path, El

Caporal, Evergreen Sports Turf, The Frontier Tavern, Hang Chow

Restaurant, Isadora's, The Main Barber Shop, Les McKay, Mount Si Sun Tanning

Salon, Mount Si Drycleaners, Mount Si Golf Course, North Bend Bar &

Grill, Optiva Corporation, Don & Kathy Osborne, The Reef, The Salish

Lodge & Spa, Snoqualmie Falls Brewery, Snoqualmie Valley Arts

Live, Snoqualmie Valley Record, Sno-Valley Eagles, Somerset Auto Glass

and the Sure Shot Tavern.

Debbie Jagla

Women's Pool League President

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