Chino Valley—Jerry Behm, golf coach at Chino Valley Unified School District, this past week accepted the donation of 10 sets of used golf clubs contributed by the Prescott Habitat for Humanity ReSTORE. Behm, for the past two years a faculty member in Chino Valley, said he would use some of the clubs and bags with students on his golf team and give others to members of his Special Olympics golf team. Behm praised Mack McCarley, general manager at Antelope Hills Golf Course in Prescott, for the support the course provides not only for Behm’s golf teams but also for other student golfers in the Quad City area. (Courtesy photo by Ray Newton)
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