Pi Kappa Alpha golf tournament raises money for Scleroderma Foundation

Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at William Woods University raised more
than $2,500 during a recent golf tournament held to honor the memory of one
member’s sister.

Half of the proceeds from the tournament were donated to the National
Scleroderma Foundation in honor of Ryan Ellis’ sister, Lyndsey, who died from complications of scleroderma at the start of
school in 2010 when she was a freshman.  
“Thanks to all of the community players who came out to play,”
Nate Lamberson said. “We couldn’t do it without all the help from our sponsors
and special thanks to Walter Coleman at Northside Liquor and Tobacco for being
our grand sponsor.”
Golfers who participated in
the Pi Kappa Alpha golf tournament included, left to right, Karl Dewey, Tom
Wallace, Amelia Wallace, William Wallace and Brooke Lucas.