October 2, 2008 · Updated 9:55 PM
board of directors
The Sno-Valley Jr. Footbll Association (SVJFA) recently elected
its board of directors for the year 2000.
The officers are Dave Schroeter, president; John Guthrie, vice
president; Valerie Meyers, treasurer; Lyle Diediker, coaches rep; Tammy
Hake, secretary; Dave Perry, Upper Valley rep; Bob Suman, Lower Valley
rep; Mark Rothgeb, equipment manager; Rich Dombrowski, field
manager; Gregg Meyers, membership; Sheryl Watts, fund raising; Ken Hudson,
at large; Mike Martin, at large. Sally Kennelly was elected
cheerleading rep, though this is currently not a SVJFA board position.
Ridge to host first
pro golf tournament
The 74th playing of the BMW Washington Open, featuring
the Merrill Lynch Pro-Am, will be held at the new Tournament
Players Course (TPC) at Snoqualmie Ridge in May.
The BMW Washington Open will mark the first professional
event at the Jack Nicklaus-designed course. The tournament is
scheduled for Friday, May 19, through Wednesday, May 24.
The BMW Washington Open is the oldest professional
golfing tournament in the state, dating back to the Yakima Country Club in 1922.
Among the many former champions are Fred Couples,
Jim Strickland and Brian Mogg.
"We were excited," said TPC Snoqualmie Ridge Director of
Golf Lindsay Taft. "They came to us last year and said they wanted to
come out here. We thought it would be a great introduction to the
"Since we're new, it will be a great opportunity to showcase
the club and the golf course. With all of the statewide PGA pros and
the amateurs alike, it will be five or six days of fun. People will be able
to see what we're all about."
For further information on the event, contact the Pacific
Northwest PGA office at (800) 688-4653.