Photos By Stephen West
Reno, PA– Wanango Country Club, located here, was the host venue for a recent monthly meeting of the Penn-York Lumbermen’s Club.
Hosted by Ron Jones Hardwood Sales Inc., the meeting featured networking, a golf game and sporting clays prior to dinner. Eighty guests were in attendance with 11 participating in the sporting clays and 39 competed in the golf game.
Skills prize winners were:
#5 Closest to the Pin, was a tie at 1-1/2 feet by John Pysh and Rob Matson
#10 Closest to the Pin, Marty James
#2 Longest Putt, Matthew Lowry
#4 Closest 2nd shot, Mike DeAngelo
#18 Longest Drive, Jack Monnoyer
Low Gross 1st and 2nd, Marty James 80 and Don Fetzer 81
Sporting Clay winners were:
First Place, Scott Silvis
Second Place, Tom Edwards
Third Place, Ian Fulton
Guest speaker at the dinner was Stephen Zambo, president of Ally Global Logistics LLC of Weymouth, MA and Jacksonville, FL. He spoke about the current state of Export Container logistics for lumber and logs. Additionally, he discussed the disruptions in bookings, available containers and equipment. Other topics covered were port congestions and about future trends.
With offices located in Union City, PA, Ron Jones Hardwood Sales specializes in providing premium Northern Appalachian Hardwood lumber. The company is family-owned and operated and was established in 1983. Learn more at www.ronjoneshardwood.com.
The next meeting of the Penn-York Lumbermen’s Club is Monday, Sept. 12 in State College, PA and will be hosted by Walker Lumber and Forcey Lumber with the Pennsylvania Forest Products Association. Learn more at www.pennyork.org.