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5/21/2019 7:53:00 AM
ECCM Golf Tournament--Raising Money To Help The Needy
Church Division Winners 2019: First Baptist Church, Maiden – (left to right) Dewey Grant, Matty McRee, Derek Rogers, Rev. Bob Silber (ECCCM Executive Director) and Danny Hipps (Photos Courtesy ECCCM)

Church Division Winners 2019: First
Baptist Church, Maiden – (left to right)
Dewey Grant, Matty McRee, Derek
Rogers, Rev. Bob Silber (ECCCM
Executive Director) and Danny Hipps 


(Photos Courtesy ECCCM)

Open Division Winners 2019: (left to right) Rev. Bob Silber (Executive Director), Daniel Strauss, Mitchell McGlamery, Brian Sigmon, and Quentin Lail
Open Division Winners 2019:
(left to right) Rev. Bob Silber
(Executive Director), Daniel Strauss,
Mitchell McGlamery,
Brian Sigmon, and Quentin Lail


Lincoln Herald Staff
lh@lincolnherald.net


The ECCCM (Eastern Catawba Cooperative Christian Ministry) 19th annual Benefit Golf Tournament was held May 9th at Glen Oaks Golf Club in Maiden.  The ministry, true to the mission of the original founders in 1969, brings together the resources of the Christian community to serve the people in need of crisis assistance, support and education, in response to God’s call.  The annual golf tournament raises funds to benefit those in need in the county.

The Captain’s Choice tournament offered prizes in two divisions: Church Division and Open Division. In addition several other prizes and contests associated with the 50th anniversary of the ministry were awarded – hole in one, closest to the pin, longest drive, and a 50/50 raffle.

Church Division winners were from First Baptist Church in Maiden. The winning team included golfers Dewey Grant, Matty McRee, Derek Rogers and Danny Hipps. The Open Division winners were Daniel Strauss, Mitchell McGlamery, Brian Sigmon and Quentin Lail.

Closest to the Pin winner was Danny Abernathy; Longest Drive winner was Mark Mayberry; and the 50th anniversary bonus prize went to Steve Hoyle.

ECCCM serves all of eastern Catawba County providing emergency financial assistance for mortgage and rent payments, assistance with utility bills, fuel oil and kerosene purchases, and life-necessary pharmaceuticals. In addition, ECCCM provides emergency food and clothing to those in need.  ECCCM receives support from churches, individuals, local businesses and foundations.

Would you as an individual, your church or business like to help in the ECCCM effort to help the needy?  The ECCCM office is located at 245 East N Street in Newton.  You can call them at 828- 465-1702.

About ECCCM --- ECCCM, a Catawba County United Way partner agency, provides assistance with mortgage/rent payments, utility bills, hunger relief, transportation, and financial coaching. ECCCM has extended “a hand up, not a hand out” to those in need in eastern Catawba County since 1969, never turning away a qualifying client. ECCCM is located at 245 E. N. St., Newton, NC 29658, phone 828-465-1702.




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