Friday, April 29, 2011
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
In his spare time, Henry loved to golf, often hitting the links two or three times a week. An avid outdoorsman, he enjoyed traveling, hunting, fishing and camping. He enjoyed these hobbies so much so that in the weeks before his death, the Prendes family had seventeen acres of land in escrow in Libby, Montana, with plans to build a youth camp. Montana was one of Henry’s favorite places to hunt and fish, and he wanted to create a place where children could learn valuable skills through fun and fellowship. Following his death, his widow, Dawn Prendes, decided to move the location of the camp to where it could have a positive affect on the community he fought so hard to protect; thereby giving something back to the citizens and future generations of Las Vegas in Henry’s honor. Henrysplace.org is raising money for this camp!
The 5th Annual Henry Prendes Charity Golf Classic is set for Saturday, May 7, 2011 at Palm Valley Golf Club - Sun City Summerlin.
We are really excited about some of the events we are offering at the tournament:
$1 Million Shot - Four tournament participants will be selected from a special raffle drawing to have a chance to win $1,000,000!
Chip Shot Contest - Every golfer in the tournament will take a 90 ft chip shot and every golfer that makes it in the hole wins $200!! One lucky golfer will take a 90 ft chip shot to win $1000!
Swing Video - During the tournament each player will have one of their tee shots videotaped with a special camera. Several days after the event, every player will receive an email with their swing next to your choice of a Tour Pro for a frame-by-frame, slow motion comparison.
Register now to join in all the fun and honor a hero's dream to build a camp for the youth in our community he fought so hard to protect! For more info or to sign up click here!
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Friday, April 15, 2011
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
I just received an email from a guy used to work in IT. He said “this lady use to have a super long password and when I'd watch her keep trying to type it in, she kept on making mistakes. Finally I asked her what her password was, and she said, "mickey minnie donald daisy pluto goofy carson city." I asked her why her password was so long and she said, "the instructions said it must be at least 6 characters long and contain 1 capital...”
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