Golf Course Management

JUL 2014

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(Industry news) Professional SUPPORT The fourth annual Art of Green Spaces poster contest winners sponsored by Project Evergreen/Birds & Blooms Magazine were announced. Twelve winners in all from eight states were honored for their work. Winners by age group are Abdullah Khan , Stafford, Texas, kindergarten through second grade; Vincent Ray C. Tagulao , Wildomar, Calif., third- through sixth-grade; Katy Shawke , Bloomingdale, Ill., seventh- through ninth-grade (shown above); and Carlo Tagulao , Murrieta, Calif., 10th- through 12th-grade. "Project EverGreen has worked to share the importance of healthy green spaces since our inception 10 years ago," says Cindy Code, executive director of Project EverGreen. "It's very encouraging to see the next generation of leaders so focused on healthy yards, parks and ball felds. It's Matt Cimino, CGCS, was named senior technical services advisor in the southern U.S. at Civitas. Cimino's role is to support the professional turf team. "In my new role, I want to help superintendents in the feld overcome their turf challenges and achieve healthy turf they can be proud of," Cimino says. Bay Course at Stockton Seaview Hotel & Golf Club comforting to know that green spaces are an important part of their lives." A panel of professional artists and designers reviewed the entries and selected the winning posters. First-, second- and third-place artists in each age group received an Amazon gift card worth $100, $50 and $25, respectively. The renovated Bay Course at Stockton Seaview Hotel & Golf Club in Galloway, N.J., was unveiled this spring. The work was done in time for the ShopRite LPGA Classic that was held May 26-June 1. Highlights of the renovation: New tee boxes on the fourth, ffth, 10th and 12th holes; 150 yards were added to the course; and a new bunker complex was inserted between the fourth and ffth holes. Project Evergreen/Birds & Blooms Magazine 096-099_July14_IndustryNews.indd 96 6/17/14 2:34 PM

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