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House of Broadcasting 2012 Golf Tournament
The HOBI 16th annual centennial celebrity open was held Thursday, November 15th, 2012 at the Orange Tree Golf Club in Scottsdale. Kirk Yuhnke, Co-Anchor of ABC 15 Mornings, hosted the awards ceremony. Kirk was not only our emcee for the awards dinner, he also golfed with us in the tourney. Big thanks to Kirk for helping to make our Annual Golf Tournament a great success.

Tom Chauncey II sponsored the tournament with Leah Lewis sponsoring the Female Low-Score Award. And a big thank you to Mane Attraction Salon for the generous donation to our tournament. We appreciate you!

Congratulations to the tournament winners

1ST PLACE - TEAM
Tom Wintermeyer
Jonathan Rea
Jared Kremlacek
Mike Wisniewshi

2nd PLACE - TEAM
Leah Lewis
Jim Stone
Jeff Taylor
Bob Crawford

CLOSEST TO PIN-MALE
Mike Shaldjian

LONGEST DRIVE-FEMALE
Dorothy Glueck

LONGEST DRIVE-MALE
Bob Crawford

LONGEST PUTT
Steve Glueck

JEWELL LEWIS FEMALE LOW SCORE AWARD
Dinah Brooks

Click here for photos of the event.

HOUSE OF BROADCASTING-15TH CELEBRITY OPEN AT PHOENIX COUNTRY CLUB
The 15th House of Broadcasting Celebrity Open was recently held at the beautiful Phoenix Country Club in Phoenix.

Media golfers along with clients and friends attended the scramble tournament. Among HOBI guests were two FBI Agents playing along with Steve Irvin and Adam Weyne of ABC-15.

Hole-In-One 2012 Ford provided by Sanderson Ford.

The #1 foursome was led by CBS Radio … close by … Entravision Radio. The Jewell Lewis Female Low Score Award was won by Betsey Griffin, FOX 10 KSAZ. There were many raffle and auction items including Arizona Diamondbacks tickets, ball, photographs, Cardinals tickets, etc.

 

14TH HOBI CELEBRITY OPEN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2010
M.C. - AL McCOY, VOICE OF THE PHOENIX SUN
ORANGE TREE GOLF RESORT
Dinner Included/Prizes/Hole In One Ford, Courtesy of Sanderson Ford
SPECIAL FEATURE : THE JEWELL McFARLAND LEWIS AWARD

Photo gallery of golf tournament, dinner and awards ceremony.

 

2009 HOBI GOLF TOURNAMENT
HOBI’s 13th Annual Golf Tournament was held on Thursday, September 17, 2009 at the Orange Tree Golf Resort

WINNERS

1st PLACE
Kevin James, Ch. 5
Dianne Cubbage
Chris Green, Ch. 5
Erik Bryan, Ch. 5

2nd PLACE
Nat Galvin, KEDJ-FM
Wendell Rote, KEDJ-FM
Dave Zadrozny, KEDJ-FM
Matt Hirt, KEDJ-FM

CLOSEST TO PIN-MEN
Michael Lopez, Ch. 3

CLOSEST TO PIN-WOMEN
Dianne Cubbage

LONGEST DRIVE-MEN
Chris, Green, Ch. 5

LONGEST DRIVE-WOMEN
Dianne Cubbage

LOWEST WOMEN SCORE
Dorothy Glueck

Silent Auction/Raffle prizes consisted of Phoenix Suns tickets, AZ Cardinals tickets, HD Radio, AZ Diamondbacks autographed ball and tickets. FBR Open, Fiesta Bowl plus many, many others.

View the Photo Gallery

2009 HOBI GOLF TOURNAMENT

 

12th ANNUAL HOBI GOLF CLASSIC
September 18, 2008 at the Orange Tree Golf Resort was a wonderful day full of media and client golfers.

FIRST PLACE
CLANCY WOODS TEAM

SECOND PLACE
KPHO-TV, CH. 5 CBS

CHAIRMEN:
Vic Figarelli, Cities West Publishing
Steve Glueck, South Mountain Chamber of Commerce
Steve Hoshor, Total Traffic Network

VOLUNTEERS: John Browning who is our master watcher of the Sanderson Ford Hole-In-One, Bijen Dyrek, Jan Jacobson, Carol Kannes, Heather Morrison, Randee Mossburg, Sarah Reiner, Polly Schumacher, Dave Weiser, Danielle Wilson.

Dianne Cubbage won the Special Janet Ault Award for HOBI Female Low Score, given in honor of Jewell McFarland Lewis. This is her 3rd straight win “The Jewell Award” is sponsored by Janet Ault – “The Voice of Choice”, Janet also provided the audience a gift of Fairytale Brownies.

Jude spoke of Ron Bergamo’s impact on the broadcast business and what a mentor he was to Jude. Jude was hired by Ron, as well many other anchors/talent were. Yes, we’ll miss Ron’s wide smile. LaCava also spoke of the importance to keep the broadcast heritage of Arizona … and thanked the players for their patronage, as did Jan Jacobson who introduced Jude.

A special thanks to Max Sirstens who has provided the Hole-In-One car – this year … a 2008 Ford Fusion. And thanks to Tom Chauncey II a sterling sponsor of HOBI and his “never-forget” a very special person with whom he worked with side-by-side – Bill Smith.

Thanks to all the Radio, Television, Advertising Agencies, Clients for participating in the 12th Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament.

2009 CELEBRITY GOLF TOURNAMENT
SEPTEMBER 17, 2009

2009 FIESTA BOWL TICKETS
HOBI HAS 2 TICKETS TO THE TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL AND PARTY TO BE HELD JANUARY 5, 2009 AT PHOENIX STADIUM WITH PARKING PASS.
CALL (602) 944-1997 IF INTERESTED.

JOHN BROWNING with 2008 SANDERSON FORD 2008 FORD FUSION


FOURSOME CH. 15 ABC-TV
Matt Bryant
Adam Weyne
Courtney Coady
Craig Fouhy (HOBI 2007 Golf M.C.)


Golf Tournament Raises Funds for HOBI Museum - September 20, 2007
The 11th Annual HOBI Celebrity Golf Tournament, which was held on September 20th at Orange Tree Resort and Golf Club raised over $15,000 for Arizona’s House of Broadcasting Museum.  Craig Fouhy, Sports Director for ABC15 served as emcee of the tournament banquet. 

Nearly 100 radio and television celebrities participated in the tournament. First place winners included Steve Chanen, Chao Stafford, Mark Blanchard and Rick Fare.  Second place winners were Channel 10s Chuck Henry, John Poindexter, John Warden and Ross Miller.  Male closest to the pin went to Steve Chanen and female closest to the pin to Jenny Warren. Dana Beaudin of KUPD had male longest drive, and Diane Cubbage received female longest drive.   Voice talent Janet Ault presented the Jewell Lewis Award to Diane Cubbage, Toma Advertising, along with an IPOD.  A silent and live auction were held.
The House of Broadcasting (HOBI), located in Scottsdale,  is Arizona’s premiere television and radio  museum,   dedicated to educating the public and to preserving and celebrating the history, personalities and paraphernalia of  radio and television in Arizona. HOBI is a 501-C-3 organization, which began in 1997 as a window display at Chris-Town Mall. 


HOBI 2007 Golf Tournament Winners

First Place - Cable One
Steve Chanen
Chad Stafford
Mark Blanchard
Rick Fare


Second Place - KSAZ-TV, Channel 10
Chuck Henry
John Poindexter
John Warden
Ross Miller

Longest Drive #2 Men
Dana Beaudin, KUPD FM

Longest Drive #13 Women
Dianne Cubbage, TOMA Advertising

Closest to Pin #4 Women
Jenny Warren, Sanderson Ford

Closest to Pin #12 Men
Steve Chanen, Cable One

Lowest Score - Lady
Dianne Cubbage, TOMA Advertising

LIVE AUCTION AT ORANGE TREE GOLF - SEPTEMBER 20, 2007
6-Day/5-Night Hawaii Vacation  (Won by Steve Fusco, Toma Advertising)
Marriott's Kauai Beach Club-Kauai
Marriott's Ko'Olina Beach Club-Oahu
Retail Value:  $1,500.00
Starting Bid - $600.00

4-Day/3-Night Mainland Vacation (Won by Dana Beaudin, KUPD Radio)
Marriott's Newport Coast Villas-Newport Beach
Marriott's Shadow Ridge-Palm Desert
Marriott's Timberlodge-South Lake Tahoe
Marriott's Canyon Villas-Scottsdale/Phoenix
Retail Value:  $800.00
Starting Bid:  $200

Congratulations to both of you!


Craig Fouhy, Channel 15 Sports Director, serves as M.C. for 11th Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament
Janet Ault "one Take Wonder" gives out the Jewell Lewis Female Low Score Award to Steve Fusco for Dianne Cubbage of TOMA Advertising.  Ms. Ault supplied an I-Pod.
Max Sirstens of Sanderson Ford supplies hot red hole-in-one car.

10TH ANNIVERSARY HOBI CELEBRITY GOLF CLASSIC - SEPTEMBER 21, 2006
The House of Broadcasting's 10th Anniversary Celebrity Golf Tournament was held Thursday, September 21st at the Camelback Golf Club in Scottsdale. Golfers received complementary warm-up massages by Jim Birkholz. First and second place prizes were awarded as well as longest drive and closest to the pin. Master of Ceremonies was Al McCoy, voice of the Phoenix Suns. NEW THIS YEAR: Jewell Lewis HOBI Female Low Score Award was sponsored and presented by Janet Ault, one of the premier voiceover talents in the nation. Jewell McFarland Lewis was passionate about education and dedicated her life to making Arizona a better place. Participants also got a chance to take part in our fabulous silent auction and raffle prize drawings.

Here are just a few of the fantastic items that were auctioned at the event:
  • Two-night stay at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak
  • Fred Astaire 40-minute private lesson
  • FBR Open 2007 tickets/parking
  • Eddie V restaurant certificate
  • Pair of Cardinals tickets
  • Autographed basketball by Jerry Colangelo, Phoenix Suns Chairman and CEO

Click here to view the Golf Tournament Program

Master of Ceremonies,
Al McCoy, Voice of the Phoenix Suns

CELEBRITY GOLF AWARDS – SEPTEMBER 21, 2006
#1  PLACE WINNERS FOR THE SECOND YEAR
STILL CHAMPIONS  (2005 AND 2006)

  KPHO-TV , CH. 5

            Tony Escobar
            Chris Green
            Kevin James
            Michael Murphy

#2 PLACE WINNERS

            Mark Waters
            Vic Figarelli
            John Geoghegan
            Harry Spieker

OTHER WINNERS     

            Male – Closest to the Pin
            Scott Archulette, Ch. 15

            Female – Closest to the Pin
            Diane Cubbage, Toma Advertising

            Male – Longest Drive
            Tony Escobar – Ch. 5

            Female – Longest Drive
            Diane Cubbage – Toma Advertising

In addition a new category “JEWELL LEWIS LOW SCORE AWARD”
Sponsored by Janet Ault Voice Talent was awarded to:

            Collette Nolan, KSLX-FM
            Ms. Nolan was presented a plaque and a gift certificate to
            Camelback Inn Spa by Janet Ault, the “one take wonder”.


9th Annual HOBI Celebrity Golf Tournament - September 22, 2005
2005 1st Place Winners: KPHO-TV, CBS-5




Susan Karis, Clear Channel with HOBI Golf Tournament emcee Debbie Gaby, President of Sleep America.

Al Shiya, City of Phoenix
with Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

First place winners of the HOBI Golf Tournamnet from CBS 5 KPHO.

Debbie Gaby (tournament emcee) with Jennifer Scott and TV host Dianne Hunter's husband.



8th Annual HOBI Celebrity Golf Tournament - September, 2004
The House of Broadcasting held their 8th Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament on September 23, 2004 at Camelback Golf Club in Scottsdale.
Over 100 golfers, all radio and television industry professionals from throughout Arizona participated in the fundraising event.

The tournament, which included a silent and live auction, raised over $10,000 for the HOBI Radio & Television Memorabilia Museum of Scottsdale. The tournament banquet was hosted by ABC15 anchor Jonathan Elias. Joining the golfers on the green was Elvis' aka Todd Luxton, who performs throughout the Valley and in Las Vegas.

Taking first place in the tournament were John Culliton, Dave Kelly, Steve Irvin and Jonathan Elias of ABC15. Winners received a trophy box of golf balls and $50 cash. Second place winners were John Geoghegan, Jack Nolan, Mike Helor and Todd Tang. Chris Thiele received Closest to the Pin and Brandon Sundquist had the Longest Drive.


7th Annual HOBI Celebrity Golf Tournament - September, 2003


Awards hosted by Brad Perry, Channel 3.


A Glueck holding up three Daves.



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