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May 18, 2022

First Community Bank hosted the 25th Annual Charity Golf Tournament benefiting the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches, on May 11 in Batesville, Arkansas, at the Course at Eagle Mountain. This year’s tournament proceeds were $34,065, and more than $380,747 has been raised for the ranch as a result of First Community Bank’s charity tournaments.

“This tournament has always been great thanks to the continued efforts from our friends at First Community Bank and to the community for rallying around such a worthy cause,” said Matthew Cleveland, Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches chief development officer. “We look forward to this event every year and remain grateful for the support.”

The tournament drew participation from 108 golfers that played and 50 businesses that purchased hole sponsorships and made corporate donations. 

Gold sponsors of the event were as follows: 
Intimidator provided lunch for the players, Future Fuel Chemical Company sponsored the poker run, Batesville Poultry was the golf cart sponsor, and Bad Boy Mowers sponsored the putting contest.  

Silver sponsors of the event were as follows: 
George’s Liquor provided the adult beverages, and Mechanical Construction Services (MCS) provided breakfast for the players. 

Lastly, the bronze sponsors were as follows:
Stacy and Tony Gunderman provided snacks for the players and White River Health System provided drinks for the players. 

“We want to thank the many organizations and individuals for their generosity and commitment to making this tournament a success for the benefit of the children at the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches,” said Boris Dover, president and chief operating officer for First Community Bank. “It’s always wonderful to have the opportunity to spend a day on the course with friends for a good cause.”


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