AIKEN, S.C. (October 24, 2022) — More than 100 Savannah River Mission Completion (SRMC) employees and guests enjoyed a round of golf this month and raised more than $9,000 for the United Way.
The Liquid Waste Golf Tournament included 26 four-person teams raising funds for the annual SRMC Employee United Way Campaign. This year’s “captain’s choice” tournament was played at Houndslake Country Club in Aiken, S.C., to support services provided by area United Way agencies. The day included special contests such as longest drive, closest to the pin, a putting challenge, and the battle for best overall team score—all to benefit a good cause.
Paul Cundey, SRMC’s United Way Campaign chairman, said the annual golf tournament provides employees an enjoyable way to raise additional funds for the campaign.
“There are few events that could offer sunshine, fresh air, fellowship, and competition with other employees while also helping our neighbors in need,” Cundey said. “The Liquid Waste Golf Tournament exemplifies our employees’ willingness to give of their time and energy to support each other and their community.”
Tournament sponsors included SRMC, DN Tanks, SRMC Senior Staff, Lionel Smith LTD of Aiken, Cork and Cap, Plum Pudding, Epona, Bonaventure Discount Golf, Chick-fil-A (Augusta Exchange), Floyd and Green, Topgolf, and internal SRMC employee groups.
This year’s winners were:
Team Gross Total:
Robert Scaggs, David Lott, Brad Hall, Ryan Milewski
Team Net Total:
Patrick Cunning, Dane Burkhart, Scott Germain, John Tihey
Closest to the Pin:
Art Fleming, Zachary Johnson
SRMC comprises parent company BWX Technologies, Inc. with partners Amentum and Fluor. Its team brings the capabilities necessary to accelerate cleanup at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site through safe nuclear operations, optimized and integrated mission execution, and strong corporate governance.
The 2022 Savannah River Mission Completion Liquid Waste Golf Tournament to support the United Way featured 26 four-person teams at Houndslake Country Club. The event raised more than $9,000 to support local agencies. Left to Right: Craig Gosney, Emma Zeigler, Clarence Zeigler, Tony Nasol