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Lumberjack Scramble fills the course for 28th annual fundraiser

Proceeds from the fundraiser are donated to the Bemidji Lumberjack Foundation. Since the Lumberjack Scramble’s inception in 1995, the event has raised nearly $1 million.

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The winning team of the 28th annual Security Bank USA Lumberjack Scramble on Friday, Aug. 12, 2022, was made up of, from left, Gary Nyberg, Dean Baggenstoss, Dave Kloha, Tony Nistler and Galen Teichert.
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BEMIDJI -- The 28th annual Security Bank USA Lumberjack Scramble took place on Aug. 12 at the Bemidji Town and Country Club to raise funds for Bemidji High School and Bemidji Middle School activities programs.

The winning team this year, with a net score of 50, was Gary Nyberg, Dean Baggenstoss, Dave Kloha, Tony Nistler and Galen Teichert.

Proceeds from the fundraiser are donated to the Bemidji Lumberjack Foundation. Since the Lumberjack Scramble’s inception in 1995, the event has raised nearly $1 million.

Related Topics: BEMIDJI LUMBERJACKS
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