Saturday morning, eleven teams participated in the Miss Emery four person scramble at Millsite Golf Course to help raise money for the Miss Emery Scholarship Pageant.
Team Johansen & Tuttle from Castle Dale finished in first place with Jerry Taylor’s team from Salt Lake City taking second place. Third place went to team Chug-A-Lug from Price.
Over $4,000 was raised and all proceeds from the tournament will go toward scholarships that are awarded to winners of the pageant. The money will also help Miss Emery County Sydni Ekker attend the Miss Utah Pageant, which will be held on June 15-20 at the Capitol Theater in Salt Lake City.
Miss Emery Royalty Pageant Director Jessica Lindley and Brandi Johansen, golf tournament coordinator, would like to thank all the sponsors for their support:
Zions Bank, J & D Auto, Johansen & Tuttle, Seal the Deal (Craig Sainsbury), Magnuson Lumber, Senator David Hinkins, Emery Telcom, Boyds Pharmacy, Carbon County Golf Course, RPizza, USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum, Dr. Broadwater Orthodontics, Best Western Ruby’s Inn, Andria’s Studio Hair Salon, Forbidden Fruit, JN Auto, Chug-A-Lug, Gordon’s Nursery, Ace, Pro Rehab, Balkamp/Napa, Staker Parson Companies, Mountain View Golf Course, Paparazzi, Uintah Golf, Sportsman Warehouse, Kneaders, Wood Connection, Terri Taylor, Jonathan & Brandi Johansen, Millsite Golf Course (Jordan Leonard), Food Ranch, Coca- Cola, Pepsi- Cola, Smiths Foods, Muse Coffee Shop.