The second annual Albert Lea Daybreakers Kiwanis Golf Klassic took place Sept. 7 at Green Lea Golf Course. The event raised more than $2,000 for Kiwanis International’s eliminate project. In partnership with UNICEF, the eliminate project hopes to get rid of maternal and neonatal tetanus by 2015. Trophies were presented to the top three teams. The first place team from left is Rich Ackland, Barry Coughlin, Dave Mullenbach and Mike Billat. — Submitted
The second annual Albert Lea Daybreakers Kiwanis Golf Klassic took place Sept. 7 at Green Lea Golf Course. The event raised more than $2,000 for Kiwanis International’s eliminate project. In partnership with UNICEF, the eliminate project hopes to get rid of maternal and neonatal tetanus by 2015. Trophies were presented to the top three teams. The first place team from left is Rich Ackland, Barry Coughlin, Dave Mullenbach and Mike Billat. — Submitted

Golfers aim to eliminate tetanus

Published 2:31am Monday, September 30, 2013
The second-place team at the second annual Albert Lea Daybreakers Kiwanis Golf Klassic from left is Jeshua Erickson, Mike Strothman and Joe Erickson. — Submitted
The second-place team at the second annual Albert Lea Daybreakers Kiwanis Golf Klassic from left is Jeshua Erickson, Mike Strothman and Joe Erickson. — Submitted
The third-place team at the second annual Albert Lea Daybreakers Kiwanis Golf Klassic from left is Al Anderson, Mark Fenstermacher, Cathy Gregorson and Catherine Buboltz. — Submitted
The third-place team at the second annual Albert Lea Daybreakers Kiwanis Golf Klassic from left is Al Anderson, Mark Fenstermacher, Cathy Gregorson and Catherine Buboltz. — Submitted