3 results for month: 09/2009


Golfing with the Governors

September 18, 2009 By Bill Boehlke  Alonzo Mitz (center) and Nesby Glasgow join (from left): Mike Lowry, Gary Locke, Chris Gregoire, Dan Evans, and Booth Gardner (seated). Nesby Glasgow and Alonzo Mitz joined several former, and one current, Governor of Washington State for a round of golf at the 9th Annual Washington State Governors' Cup, which was held at TPC Snoqualmie Ridge on September 14. Along with Washington Governor Chris Gregoire were all six of the state’s living former chief executives – Dan Evans, Booth Gardner, Gary Locke, Mike Lowry, Albert D. Rosellini and John Spellman. The Cup is a way to raise scholarship dollars that ...

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2009 Alumni Weekend is a Winner

The 2009 edition of Seahawks Alumni Weekend kicked off, or maybe more appropriately, rolled onward, at Lucky Strike Bowling in Bellevue on Saturday, Sept. 12, as alumni gathered for fun and great food, and a rare gutter ball or two. Sunday was the big get-together for everyone at Qwest Field for the regular season home-opener against the St. Louis Rams. A pre-game reception was followed by a trip onto the field for introductions of most of the alumni, each accompanied by a Sea Gal as they walked the red carpet. Fans cheered as each name was announced: Mike Allen (Wide Receiver); Jon Borchardt (Guard); Blair Bush (Center); Dan Doornink ...

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The 22nd Annual Jacob Green Charity Golf Classic

September 3, 2009 By Bill Boehlke A hot and sunny afternoon at the Harbour Pointe Golf Club in Mukilteo was only one of the attractions as alumni and friends gathered for the 22nd Annual Jacob Green Charity Golf Classic. The primary beneficiary of the tournament is the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and the Seahawks family certainly had fun making it happen. "The first year we raised around $15,000, and last year we were able to give over $100,000 to charity," said Jacob. "And over the years it's been close to $2 million dollars we've raised, so it's grown quite a bit." Twenty-eight golfing parties were each joined by an ...

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