By Michele Smith
The Times 

Fundraising efforts paying off for the Dayton Country Club's irrigation system project

Hope to raise $10,000 from the July 11 Second Annual Gene Crothers Tournament


DAYTON—This is year two of the Dayton Country Club’s five-year strategic plan to achieve financial independence and sustainability for the Touchet Valley Golf Course, said Sean Thurston who has led the charge for securing grants for Club projects.

The primary goal in year two is the installation of an underground irrigation system, which will reduce labor expenses and decrease electrical expenses for the County while increasing the quality of the golf course and fairgrounds.

Saving water for the Touchet River habit is also important.

Thurston said the group originally pursued a fundin...

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