Northern Arizona paid tribute to the 2012 Ace of Clubs and Mini-McKenney winners at the recent Sedona Sectional. Attached are pictures of the winners with Robb Gordon, emerald Life Master and Darryl Helton, Unit 355 President.
Zero to five category: Bonne Pace of Sedona won both events:
5 to 20 category: Carol Phillips of Flagstaff won both categories with husband Bill in close pursuit. Carol also placed first in District 17 in the Mini-McKenney
20 to 50 category - Sonya Webber of Sedona placed first in both categories
50 100 Category -Patricia Fox of Prescott won the Ace of Clubs (not present)
50 to 100 Category - Miki Dzugan of Sedona won the Mini-McKenney
100 to 200 Ace of Clubs - Barbara Ballard of Sedona earned first place in this award.
Barb Ballard (right) with Sonya Webber
100 to 200 Mini-McKenney - Alice Martin of Sedona earned first place in this award. Alice also placed first in District 17 for this award.
200 to 300 Category Marjean K Good of Sedona placed first in both the Ace of Clubs and Mini-McKenney awards
Marjean Good (right) with Ann Shaylor
300 to 500 Category Richard Oetting of Prescott placed first in the Ace of Clubs (not pictured)
300 to 500 Category Thomas Collins of Sedona placed first in the Mini-McKenney for this category.
500 to 1000 Category Peter Stedman of Sedona placed first in the Ace of Clubs
500 to 1000 Catherine McCulloch of Sedona placed first in the Mini-McKenney
1000 to 2500 Category - Robert Nord of Cottonwood Arizona repeats again (at least 9 times) as the Ace of Clubs award
1000 to 2500 Award - Edward Cowan of Prescott won the Mini McKenney for the second time
2500 to 5000 Ace of Clubs / Mini-McKenney
This year, Edgar Hurt of Lake Havasu won both awards narrowly defeating his wife Diane. Last year, Diane won the hard fought battle