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Submitted photo James Strealer, Tommy Nelson and Mannie Hardin take first place in the first Lifespan Golf Tournament First Lifespan Golf Tournament raises money for center SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Saturday, May 16 was a beautiful day for a golf tournament at the Stonewall Golf Course in Germanton. The Lifespan Center in conjunction with the National Women of Achievement Inc. of Rural Hall sponsored a first Golf Tournament. The tournament was in memory of the late Mrs. Zelner "Pee Wee" Miller, a pillar of the Rural Hall Community, and in honor of golf lover, Samuel Puryear of Winston Salem. James Streater, Tommy Nelson and Mannie Hardin took first place with a score of 61. The par 70 course featured majestic hills and valleys. Course manag er, Rick Regan was most hospitable. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit youth education classes, tutoring, entrepre neurial training and building repairs for the center at 250 Summit St. Samuel Puryear, tournament honoree was presented a trophy depicting a golfer swinging a club. He made remarks and was accompanied by his wife, Barbara Puryear. Puryear was a golf enthusiast who taught lessons at Winston Lake and Reynolds Park Golf Courses. JoAnne J. Falls is president of the Lifespan Center's Board of Directors. LaVerne G. Gaither is president of the National Women of Achievement Inc. Mrs. Falls was assisted by Doris G. Moore and Shirley Miller of Lifespan and Diane B. Piggott of National Women. Two other teams participated in the tournament. Team 2 consisted of Samuel Puryear Jr., Eric Puryear, Monte Foote and Chris Stewart. Team 3 consisted of Joe Bartley, Roger Davis and Steve Greenhill. Cope from page HI to tone it down a bit. "I always had our coaching staff putting bugs in my ear, telling me to lighten up on him." Donald Sr. said. "After a while, I started to use different approaches to see how he would respond." Donald Jr. graduated last week and will be attending North Carolina A&T University in the fall, where he will be studying to become an engineer. Even though he has seen his son accomplish a lot on the field, Donald Sr. said seeing his son walk across the stage was always the most important goal. "Once you walk across that stage, life really begins," Donald Sr. said. "It's a lot ahead for him. He has all the resources and tools to be successful, and more than anything, I want him to reach his goal of becoming a engineer." Scott Long promoted at Salem College SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Winston-Salem, NC-Salem College Director of Athletics, Melissa Barrett, has announced that Scott Long has been pro moted to full-time softball coach and ath letics fundraising and marketing coordina tor. This past 2015 season, Long led the softball program to an overall record of 21 16-2 and their first Great South Athletic Conference Tournament Championship. The Spirits finished in third-place at the Newport News Regional. "As coordinator of athletics fundrais ing and marketing. Long will oversee a comprehensive fundraising and sponsor ship effort for the athletics department," said Barrett. "We are excited to expand Coach Long's involvement with our stu dent-athletes and the Salem College com munity. He is a true professional and is dedicated to advancing the Salem College athletics programs." Long was hired as the Softball coach at Salem in 2011. He started the NCAA Dill era for the Spirits in 2012. During the past four years. Long has coached twenty play ers to the GSAC All-Conference team and twelve to the GSAC All-Freshman team. This year, Maggie Fritts earned GSAC Freshman of the Year honors, and Lauryn Smith was the GSAC Tournament Most Valuable Player. 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