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  ROCKPORT — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine’s 2021 Mid-Coast Golf Fore Kids’ Sake, presented by CedarWorks, raised an unprecedented $44,600 to benefit school and community-based mentoring services for children in Knox, Lincoln and Waldo counties, according to a news release.?

  Twenty-six teams competed in the annual golf tournament held May 28 at Samoset Resort Golf Course in Rockport.

  2021 Mid-Coast Golf Fore Kids’ Sake Tournament Results

  1st Place Gross (58): Matt Jarrell, Sean Milligan, Greg Jones and Ricky Jones (Machias Savings Bank)

  2nd Place Gross: (62): Paul Colasante, Billy Colasante, Nate Hamlyn and Joe Bonneau (Modern Woodmen)

  1st Place Net (55): Andrew Lowe, Greg Polk, John Wickenden and Jason Peasley (Rockport Firefighters)

  2nd Place Net: (56) Tony McKim, Greg Irons, Matt Weaver and Sarah Tolman (First National Bank)

  Contest Winners

  Longest Drive (Mens): Billy Colasante

  Longest Drive (Womens): Ashley Cyr

  Putting Contest: Bill Barbour

  Chipping Contest: Mark Breton

  The Mid-Coast Golf Fore Kids’ Sake is generously sponsored by: CedarWorks (Presenting Sponsor); Colby & Gale and Ames True Value Wiscasset (Major Sponsors); Austin & Associates,?Goose River Golf Course & Summit Financial (Scoreboard Sponsors); Merriam Architects, Volk Packaging, N’Ware Technologies, Systems Engineering and Herrick’s Garage (Lunch Sponsors).

  Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine will hold a second Golf Fore Kids’ Sake tournament Friday, Sept. 3 at Belgrade Lakes Golf Club. Team space is limited. To register, or sponsor, please call 236-2227.

  BBBSMM’s long-standing, successful mentoring programs pair children, ages 5-14 (Littles) with caring, responsible role models (Bigs) in one-to-one friendships in Androscoggin, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Penobscot, Somerset, and Waldo counties. By partnering with parents, volunteers and local organizations, children in the program have higher aspirations, greater confidence, develop better relationships, avoid risky behaviors and achieve educational success.