Matt Rauschenbach (left), the City of Washington’s chief financial officer, and Wayne Harrell, chief building inspector, waiting for tee time at the 17th-annual Beaufort County Crime Stoppers Golf Tournament on Tuesday. Twenty-four four-man teams vied for top honors at Crime Stoppers’ top fundraiser.
Matt Rauschenbach (left), the City of Washington’s chief financial officer, and Wayne Harrell, chief building inspector, waiting for tee time at the 17th-annual Beaufort County Crime Stoppers Golf Tournament on Tuesday. Twenty-four four-man teams vied for top honors at Crime Stoppers’ top fundraiser.

CITY CLUBBERS at Crime Stoppers Golf Tournament

Published 8:49pm Tuesday, April 16, 2013

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