40th Annual Bob Chiles Golf Classic Results

Thank you so much for coming out on Friday for the 40th Annual Bob Chiles Golf Classic! It ended up being a beautiful day despite the brief downpour. We hope you all had a great time and were able to enjoy each other’s company for the day. Congratulations to team S-Group for winning first place and we wish them luck while representing us at the championship golf circuit in September! Great job as well to 2nd place finisher, VFW Post 8312 and 3rd place finisher, Kettering Health Network. 2nd place receives $200.00 plus $35.00 per player for the pro shop and 3rd place received $100.00 plus $25.00 per player for the pro shop.  You can download the Leaderboard document HERE.

Along with the above we had the following winners from our on-course contests:

Each person listed below recieved $25.00

  • Long Drive Men #12:
  Steve Sheeks
  • Long Drive Lady #2:
  Sandy Brubaker
  • Closest to the Pin Men #8:
  Mike Northern
  • Closest to the Pin Lady #17:
  Eve Thorner
  • Longest Putt #18: 
  Bob Darden


Our raffle winners were:

  • Gold Bag:
  Fritz Ford
  • Buckeye Vodka Basket:
  Sandy Brubaker
  • Texas Roadhouse Basket:
  Brandon Creech
  • Guitar: 
  Not Listed
  • Split the pot (all golfers names were put into the bucket):
  Jake Rumpke


Thank you again to all the volunteers and to the committee for the hard work and patience while working through the ever-changing rules and regulations this year. Once we get pictures back from the photographer, we will send them to each team. 

We hope to see you all next year on May 14th with the rain date of May 15th. The event will again be at Beavercreek Golf Club and will be doing a shotgun start.

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER HISTORY BOOK & KIOSKS

In 2015, The Presidents Club of Dayton received a grant from The Schiewetz Foundation to research, write and publish a book highlighting our community’s volunteer history and legacy through the past recipients of the Citizen Legion of Honor award dating back to 1951.
 
Dayton History, the area’s recognized historical organization, was chosen for the project which included interactive kiosks at both the Dayton Convention Center and Carillon Park.  The book, “Dayton’s Spirit of Community Service and Leadership”, was completed and distribution started in the fall of 2016; including being represented in all of the surrounding libraries in our 9-county region and Library of Congress.
 
Additional books can be purchased for $30.00 each which includes shipping and handling.  An order form can be accessed by clicking here (order form) for your convenience.
 
 
We wish to thank Dayton History for its outstanding work on this project and would especially like to recognize Rick Schwartz of The Schiewetz Foundation for being the visionary behind these historical reference materials.

An organization comprising the presidents, vice-presidents, immediate past-presidents and club representatives of the service and civic clubs of metropolitan Dayton.

"Strength through Unity"

Broad in its concept and unique in its composition, The President Club of Dayton, Ohio, was founded in 1932 by a group of local businessmen who had a genuine interest in the growth of their respective service organizations.  They knew how vital securing and sustaining membership was (and it still is) to the health and well-being of any organization, the encouragement of volunteer community leadership, as well as, the importance of being well informed and making a contribution to your community.  Based on these key elements, The Presidents Club of Dayton came to fruition.

In the Greater Dayton area, The President Club of Dayton is made up of service clubs who have joined either by invitation or by application.

 

 
MISSION STATEMENT
 
The mission of The Presidents Club of Dayton is to encourage the spirit of servant leadership through active volunteer community service in our region.  The organization celebrates this ideal by conducting celebrations of community volunteerism and sponsoring student scholarships for future community leaders.