El Dorado News

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June 24, 2017
El Dorado News Times
Truck: Jimmy Langley, left, of Smackover Motors presents Jeremy Jerry with a brand new Ford F-150 pickup truck. Jerry won the truck after using a 6-iron and hitting the ball 175 yrds for a hole-in-one on the fourth hole at Mystic Creek Golf Course during the 'Delek Tournament for Hope' at El Dorado. This is the fourth year for the 3-day golf tournament, which also includes a skeet shoot, cook-off, dinner and reception. Proceeds from the event benefit 13 local charities-American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, Boys and Girls Club of El Dorado, Agapé House Helping Hands Food Bank, Hope Landing, Turning Point, Character First, Ducks Unlimited of Union County, H.O.P.E. Development Center, the South Arkansas Community College Foundation, United Way of Union County, Camp Fire El Dorado and Hannah Pregnancy Center.

Truck: Jimmy Langley, left, of Smackover Motors presents Jeremy Jerry with a brand new Ford F-150 pickup truck. Jerry won the truck after using a 6-iron and hitting the ball 175 yrds for a hole-in-one on the fourth hole at Mystic Creek Golf Course during the 'Delek Tournament for Hope' at El Dorado. This is the fourth year for the 3-day golf tournament, which also includes a skeet shoot, cook-off, dinner and reception. Proceeds from the event benefit 13 local charities-American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, Boys and Girls Club of El Dorado, Agapé House Helping Hands Food Bank, Hope Landing, Turning Point, Character First, Ducks Unlimited of Union County, H.O.P.E. Development Center, the South Arkansas Community College Foundation, United Way of Union County, Camp Fire El Dorado and Hannah Pregnancy Center.

Grand prize winner

This article was published June 17, 2016 at 5:00 a.m.

Truck: Jimmy Langley, left, of Smackover Motors presents Jeremy Jerry with a brand new Ford F-150 pickup truck. Jerry won the truck after using a 6-iron and hitting the ball 175 yrds for a hole-in-one on the fourth hole at Mystic Creek Golf Course during the 'Delek Tournament for Hope' at El Dorado. This is the fourth year for the 3-day golf tournament, which also includes a skeet shoot, cook-off, dinner and reception. Proceeds from the event benefit 13 local charities-American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, Boys and Girls Club of El Dorado, Agapé House Helping Hands Food Bank, Hope Landing, Turning Point, Character First, Ducks Unlimited of Union County, H.O.P.E. Development Center, the South Arkansas Community College Foundation, United Way of Union County, Camp Fire El Dorado and Hannah Pregnancy Center.

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