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Region – The eighth annual Karyn Polito Charity Golf Tournament, which will again benefit Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services and the Westborough Food Pantry, will be held at 11 a.m., Monday Aug. 10 at Pleasant Valley Country Club in Sutton.

"This is easily one of the most rewarding events I am involved in every year," said State Rep. Karyn E. Polito, R-Shrewsbury, "and it's because of the community's support of and involvement in the tournament. It's nice to be able to continue a fun tradition that helps local communities, especially in these difficult economic times."

The cost to play in the tournament will be $175 per person. Non-golfers can contribute to the event by attending the post-tournament dinner and raffle. Th e cos t t o jus t attend the dinner is $30 per person. To sign up for the tournament, buy tickets for dinner or to inquire about sponsorship packages, call 508-842-2802 or send e-mail to mrose@centralfcu. com.

Through the first seven years of the Karyn Polito Charity Golf Tournament more than $150,000 has been raised and distributed to Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services and the Westborough Food Pantry Shrewsbury rowing team

headed to nationals

For the third time in the last four years, the Shrewsbury High boys rowing team has qualified to compete in the U.S. Rowing National Championships, to be held in Cincinnati, Ohio, June 12 through 14.

The Colonials accomplished the feat this year thanks to the third-place finish of the boat piloted by Matt Kneece, Charles Wu, Sid Angelou, Tom Ford and James Glynn, in the Northeast Mid-Atlantic Junior District Rowing Championship. For their eff orts, the quintet received bronze medals.

The Northeast Mid-Am Championship was held May 16 and 17 on Shrewsbury High's home course, Lake Quinsigamond.

Marlborough softball

teams sweep up the


A pair of Marlborough Senior League softball teams – the Iron Workers Local Union No. 7 and the Friends of the Marlborough Seniors – each swept a pair of games from the competition recently.

The Iron Workers took a pair from a team from Canton while the Friends of the Marlborough Seniors defeated the Friends of the Shrewsbury Seniors.

The Iron Workers victories were by 27-22 and 16-5 scores. Leading the off ensive hit parade was Tom Hall, who was six-for-eight with a triple and Jim Raymond, who was perfect at the plate, going eightfor eight.

The Friends of the Marlborough Seniors won their games over the Friends of the Shrewsbury seniors by scores of 11-6 and 10-3. Leading the way for Marlborough, off ensively, was Jeff Allen, who was a combined five-for-seven, Don Smith, who was three-for-four, Bob Maguire, who was two-for-three, and Bob Cliff ord, who tripled.

Golf tournament to honor

William Webber created

A golf tournament to honor the memory of former South- borough Police Chief William Webber, who passed away in November 2008 from pancreatic cancer, will be held at 9 a.m. Monday June 22 at Juniper Hills Golf Club in Northborough.

Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Pan Mass Challenge and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

The cost of the tournament is $125 per person and golfers need to register by June 1. For more information, including a registration form, log onto the tournament's website at www. billywebbergolftourney. webs.com.

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