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Over $19,000 for Habitat for Humanity at 11th Annual HoCo Habitat Golf Tournament Hosted by Parrish Construction Group


Parrish Construction Group was the Title Sponsor for the 11th Annual HoCo Habitat Golf tournament on Friday, April 26th at The Waterford Golf Club which raised over $19,000 for Habitat for Humanity's affordable housing ministry.

Houston County, GA (PRWEB) May 09, 2013

Parrish Construction Group was the Title Sponsor for the 11th Annual HoCo Habitat Golf tournament on Friday, April 26th at The Waterford Golf Club. 51 golfers enjoyed terrific weather and an immaculately groomed golf course. They raised over $19,000 for Habitat for Humanity's affordable housing ministry.

During the opening ceremony, Dave Cyr, President of Parrish Construction Group, addressed the golfers. “We're proud to support a great organization like HoCo Habitat.” He talked about his personal long-term relationship with Habitat as well as his company's history of support and thanked all the other sponsors.

“Tommy Wood and The Waterford Golf Club were first class hosts,” said Tom Prior, HoCo Habitat executive director, “The golf course was in great shape, the lunch was delicious and they delivered top-notch service.” He went on to recognize their tournament sponsors. “We offer our deepest appreciation to our sponsors who made our tournament so successful.”

Tournament sponsors were: Parrish Construction Group, Integra Rehabilitation, Flint Energies, Warner Robins Supply, Tolleson Lumber, Summerhill, C2 Technologies & Jim Roman, Allen's Tree Service, Advanced Gas Services, H & H Carpet, WBML Radio, Rodney Ballard, Bank of Perry, Boss Development, Staci Bradley, Collier & Barnwell Tax Service, Clyde Cunningham, Edward Jones Financial Advisors, EMICC, Georgia Cooling, Rick Gingras, Houston Dental Professionals, Howard Moore McDuffie CPA, Dr. Laura Koch Family Dentistry, Last Air & Electrical, Loui Consulting, McCranie Insurance, Perry Kiwanis, Perry Presbyterian Church, Raffield Tire Masters, Story Clarke and Associates, Strato Cleaners, Total Computer Solutions, Tracy Chastain Gold Key Real Estate, Weedman, Tony Zigrino, and Nick Zoumberis, Attorney. Additionally, 40 local businesses donated over $2,400 worth of door prizes.

Tournament winners from A Flight - first place: Brandon Eubanks, Jason Lord, David Milby, and Tate Reddick; second place: Orlando Cicero, Ronnie Cannon, Johnny Barrett, and Tommie Mullis; third place: Brad Sasser, Mike Shelton, Terry Adams, and Justin Hickman. From B Flight - first place: Danny Grube, Sid Swartz, Frank Tolbert, and Scott Swartz; second place: Joe Andrews, Allyssia Andrews, Heather Andrews, and Travis Countryman; third place: Dave Cyr, Sammie Knight, Ben Hulbert, and Jeremy Bennett. Longest drive winners were Tate Reddick and Jason Lord. Closest to the pin winners were Joe Andrews, Jay Flesher, Keith Lamb, and Billy Thompkins.

Over the last 21 years, HoCo Habitat has built 46 homes in Houston County. Using donations, they purchase materials and volunteers help a carefully selected family build their home. Each family must contribute 400 to 500 hours of sweat equity. Habitat sells the home to the Partner Family for the cost to build and finances it with a no-interest mortgage. Monthly mortgage payments are about $325. The repayments go into the HoCo Habitat Fund for Humanity to help build more homes in Houston County. To apply to purchase a home, volunteer, be a donor or learn more about HoCo Habitat, contact them at or call 328-3388.

About Parrish Construction Group:
Parrish Construction Group is a mid-sized, full-service contractor with expertise in facility planning, preconstruction, construction management at-risk, general contracting and design build services. The firm specializes in commercial, educational and industrial projects for the public and private sectors. The firm was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Perry, Georgia with offices in Roswell and Warner Robins. Average firm revenues exceed $60 million annually.

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