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2nd Annual RawHyde Open golf tournament to give $4,000 in student scholarships

• Burlington and South Barber students to benefit


April 19, 2017

The RawHyde Open golf tournament was started by friends of the late Robert Hyde who was raised in Kiowa and made his home in Burlington. Shown at the 2nd annual RawHyde are his widow Marci and their daughter Bayli along with his golfing friends and tournament organizers: (from left) Greg Thurman, Aaron Smith, Jay Black, Jeff Black and Brock Thurman.

No doubt. The late Robert Hyde is beaming at the fact his friends raised enough money to award four $1,000 scholarships to Burlington and South Barber students who are continuing their education following high school graduation.

Two seniors from each school will receive a $1,000 scholarship based on the essay they write. Students are to write about their plans after high school and where they see themselves in 10 years. This year the students are to include why Hyde would feel they are deserving of a scholarship in his name.

Burlington's Class of 2017 includes his daughter Bayli where he...

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