Ellen Bacca, weekend meteorologist for the ABC affiliate WCTI-12 in New Bern, joined veteran meteorologist Skip Waters for the traditional forecast and send-off to the golfers just prior to the 9:30 a.m. tee time for the Annual Pepsi Cup Golf Tournament. The event raises funds to provide scholarships to deserving students at Pamlico Community College. This was the fourteenth tournament backed by platinum sponsors the Minges Bottling Group and The Pamlico News.
Jo Anne Harrell, a regular at PCC tournaments, was the first to tee off at the shot-gun start. She was joined by 75 other golfers on the links.
First place in the men’s division was claimed by David Brown, Chris Young, Will Silver, and Buddy Foy.
Ladies taking top honors were Melody Henry, Sally Belangia, Judy Williams, and Michelle Bissette.
The mixed team championship went to Maija Fink, Bil Fink, Tommy Campbell, and Micki Campbell.
Those who partake of delectable steamed oysters and exquisite gourmet chili recipes at the annual PCC Foundation Oyster Revival – while also absorbing the refined culture offered by the Pamlico Flutes.
But no one appreciates this event more than the students who are able to remain in school because of the funds raised at this event. PCC student Mariel Javcome’s expression says it all.
The Pamlico Community College Foundation
Annual Oyster Revival
(You’ll be revived if you come!)
February 22, 2014
3 – 5 p.m.
On campus – follow the signs
Consume Oysters, Chili, & Flutes to your heart’s content.
Yes, Flutes – for your listening consumption.
Only $30.00 per person
Remember, it’s a fund raiser to help PCC students!
Tickets will be available @ PCC’s Bookstore, Denton Pharmacy, First Citizen’s Bank, Bayboro Pharmacy, Just for You Accessories, & Nautical Wheelers