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Welcome to Unit 160



Congratulations to the 2023 Unit Winners


    Helen Shanbrom   Mini-McKenney    
    Ace of Clubs              
Level   Player Location Points Player Location Points
 0-5    Sandra Foster              Murrells Inlet 30.27     Sandra Foster                      Murrells Inlet 37.94
 5-20    Yvonne Farrar Columbia 39.55     Cassie Norvell Charleston 69.27
 20-50    Sarah Bannister Columbia 66.54     Sarah Bannister Columbia 89.18
 50-100    Roger Henning Murrells Inlet 77.06     Michelle Crivella Charleston 105.26
100-200    Charles Williams Columbia 40.07     Dana Schneider Mount Pleasant 86.69
 200-300    Edith Burin Daniel Island 72.37     Catherine Beemer Mount Pleasant 141.85
 300-500    Kenyon Stevenson Columbia 100.04     Robin Cavendish Mount Pleasant 130.78
 500-1000    Eileen Evans Mount Pleasant  135.16     Eileen Evans Mount Pleasant  161.46
 1000-1500    Joan Poulnot Charleston 164.14     Joan Poulnot Charleston 179.74
 1500-2500    Charles Anderegg Jr. Mount Pleasant  197.77     Kathryn Kimmerling   Blythewood 511.32
 2500-3500    Mary Townhill Lexington 130.76     Jill Stirgwolt Murrells Inlet 193.51
 3500-5000    Karen Galleher Pawleys Island  127.25     Nancy Russell Charleston 234.10
 5000-7500    E Michael McKee Anderson 164.36     Anne Rahtjen Hawkes Charleston 317.74
 7500-10000    Martin Johnson Jr. Folly Beach 119.88     James Hawkes Charleston     388.28
  Over 10000     Paul Wright Jr. Charleston    152.50     John Kranyak San Francisco CA     1,059.71
    Ace of
Virtual Clubs 
        Barry Crane
Top 500 
Level   Player Location Points     Overall/SC Rank/Player  Location Points
0-5   Susan Ackerman Johns Island 2.75       81 / 1 - Hugh Brown Jr McCormick 866.09
 5-20    Peter Zajaczkowski Piedmont 3.87       92 / 2 - Tom Rutledge Charleston 804.47
20-50    Melvin Eagle Columbia 14.22      194 / 3 - Richard Brown Easley 656.74
 50-100    Douglas Boyle Kiawah Island 34.01      272 / 4 - Kathryn Kimmerling  Blythewood 511.32
100-200   Dana Schneider Mount Pleasant 86.29      283 / 5 - Paul Wright Jr Mount Pleasant 505.38
 200-300   Emma Williams Columbia 74.35          
 300-500    Chara Clark Columbia 108.96          
 500-1000    James Gossage Aiken 136.53          
1000-1500   LaVon McNaughton Mount Pleasant 48.98          
1500-2500   Kathryn Kimmerling Blythewood 138.21          
2500-3500   Cynthia Deaton Charleston 117.46          
 3500-5000    Jaime Villanueva Greer 49.12          
5000-7500   Margaret Malaspina
Derrick Niederman
Charleston 96.50          
7500-10000   Brenda Klinker Mount Pleasant 166.69          
Over 10000   Tom Rutledge Charleston 539.87          



This past December, Unit 160 made donations to the following:


Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, the mission to Remember, Honor and Teach is carried out by coordinating wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as at more than 1,600 additional locations in all 50 U.S. states, at sea and abroad.

From the Revolutionary War to present day conflicts, our veterans are devoted sons and daughters, fathers and mothers, sisters and brothers. They come from all backgrounds in life to place those lives on the line for our freedoms. There are millions of individual stories to tell. Get to know them by viewing the 4,760 recent posts made by our supporters or sponsor a wreath in honor of or in memory of an American hero.  The Unit make a donation of $300.00 to Weaths Across America which purchased 30 wreaths to be laid at Fort Jackson, in Columbia.  For more information visit www.WreathsAcrossAmerica.org


In honor of World AIDS Day on December 1st, Unit 160, District 7, and members of the Columbia Bridge Club made a donation of $1,734 to Palmetto AIDS Life Support Services.  PALSS (www.palss.org) is a charity organization located in Columbia whose mission is to help South Carolinians fight the war against AIDS. To read the Thank-you note, click on the PALSS logo to the left.

PALSS offers free services to individuals who have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, are at risk of contracting HIV, and also works with their families and caregivers.  In addition to testing and education, they also sponsor a women's support group, a men's clinic, a women's health council, and offer housing support, and run a food pantry.