Annual Rotary Club of Clearwater Tournament for Charities
Rotary Club of Clearwater Announces Winners of Tournament for Charities
(l-r) Brothers Bill and Roy Waytowich of Oldsmar and their $5,000 First Prize King in the 17th
Brothers Roy and Bill Waytowich of Oldsmar were excited winners of $5,000 for the biggest fish at the Rotary Club of Clearwater’s recent 17th Annual Kingfish Tournament for Charities. Their fish weighed 21.73 pounds. Second place for $1,500 went to Michael Foley, his King weighing 20.3 pounds. Third place Chris Mariani on his boat, No Guarantees, won $750 with a 19.77 pound King. Austin Gude’s 18.3 pound King earned him a fourth place $500. John McKnight won 5th place with a Spanish Mackerel for a $250 award. Luis E. Crespo won a plaque for First Place Jr. and Rotarian Jared Brown won a plaque for the Rotarian Cup, with his 13.02 pound King.
The Rotary Club of Clearwater has depended upon the Kingfish Tournament for the past 17 years to support community charities. As of last year, the Rotary Club has provided an annual average of $47,000 to multiple charities. Members find the team work involved, creates fellowship and smiles for good causes. Individuals interested in community service are invited to attend any Rotary meeting.
Rotary Club of Clearwater meets each Wednesday, 12:15 p.m., at the Belleair Country Club.
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