Community Unites for Golf Tournament in Clint Conover’s Name


Millsite Golf Course hosted the Clint Conover Memorial Golf Tournament on Saturday. Conover passed away in an avalanche on Feb. 9 near Miller Flat, leaving his wife Megan and their five children behind.

Even with the wind blowing and a chill in the air, there was a large turnout for the tournament with 33 teams with three golfers per team. Those in attendance withstood the weather in order to show support for the Conover family.

Joy Mining Machinery Operations Manager Rod Mills and Regional Manager Robert Richens presented a bronze plague that they had made to the family.

There was a raffle held after the tournament for prizes. The winners from the raffle were as follows:

Teddy Bear: Clint and Megan Conover’s children (Donated by Felipe Ontiveros); LASIK Eye surgery: Candice Wilcox (Donated by Standard Optical in Holiday, UT. Dr Lloyd Williams); ASUS Laptop: Dave Peirce (Donated by Jacob and Jordan Steele at Office Ect.); Taxidermy Services: 1 deer shoulder mount: Christine Young (Donated by Mike Fossat- Spanish Fork)

The earnings from the fundraiser totaled $12,371.85

The breakdown is as follows:

Tickets sales for drawings: $4,305.85; tournament fees for golfers: $5,676; Megan Conover donation fund at Zions National Bank: $1,490; Joy: golf tournament fundraiser (where Conover worked):$600; and cash donations: $300.

The Megan Conover Donation account is still open at Zions Bank. Another party has a donation account set up at Desert View Credit Federal Union.

CONOCO Company will be having a Megan Conover fundraiser drawing for a gun in the near future.

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