Community Involvement

The Juniper Hill Ladies Golf Club held their end of the year meeting, lunch, and “Haunting on the Hill” golf tournament on Saturday, October 1st.  The Club elected officers for 2023:  Ruth Hinkle and Teresa Prather, Club Co-Chairs; Jenny Bannister, Secretary/Treasurer; Donna McNeil, Tournament Chair; and Glenda Abrams, Handicap Chair.


Winners of the golf tournament were:

1st Low Gross Linda Moore, Brenda Shipp, Judy Halasek, and Charlotte Nelson,

2nd Low Gross; Carol Ferguson, Natalie Britton, Carolyn Paul, and Terry Tracey,

1st Low Net Teresa Prather, Natalie Srutowski, Glenda Abrams, and Donna McNeil,

2nd Low Net Jill LeMaster, Melinda Holbert, and Ruth Hinkle, and

Good Sportsman Fran Terhune, Kathy Dennis, Lee Ann May, and Jill Lancaster. 

Closest to the pin winners were Dusty Nelson, Hole 3; Billie Robinson, Hole 6; Judy Halasek, Hole 10; and Charlotte Nelson, Hole 17. 


Chip-ins were made by Glenda Abrams, Hole 14; Ruth Hinkle, Hole 15, Cathy Kays, Hole 14, Jill Lancaster, Hole 17; Charlotte Nelson, Hole 2, Dusty Nelson, Hole 13, Billie Robinson, Hole 14; and Natalie Srutowski, Hole 4.


The Juniper Hill ladies collected donations of food, toiletries, cleaning supplies and $350 for the Simon House.  Pictured are representatives from the Juniper Hill Golf Club, Linda Moore, Shirley Rodgers, and Brenda Shipp and Simon House representatives, Tasha R. Gray and Frances Ringer - (L to R):  Linda Moore, Shirley Rodgers, Tasha R. Gray, Frances Ringer, and Brenda Shipp. 

The Juniper Hill Ladies Golf Club League (JHLGC) held their end of the year club meeting and golf tournament, The Haunting on The Hill, on Saturday, October 5th.   JHLGC Officers for 2020 are:  Ruth Hinkle and Teresa Prather, Co-Administrators,  Stacey McClellan and Glenda Abrams, Tournament Co-Chairs, Charlotte Pyles, Handicap Chair, and Jenny Bannister, Secretary-Treasurer. 


There were 47 ladies who participated in the golf tournament.  Winners were:   1st Low Gross- Linda Moore, Becky Bibro, Lisa Brewer and Julie Dawson; 1st Low Net- Leigh Ann Bates, Alicia Boyd, Merri Lee Warren, and Shelley Wood; 2nd Low Gross-Aggie  Hampton, Connie Wiard, Susan Goins and Charlotte Nelson; 2nd Low Net-Donna McNeil, Barbara Reynolds, Shirley Dukes, and Janice Anglin; and the Good Sportsmanship Award: Carla Tillett, Wanda Booth, Pat House, and Fran Terhune.  Chip-ins were made by Becky Bibro-#2, Shirley Dukes-#5, and Charlotte Nelson-#11.


In an effort to give back to our community, ladies donated $500 and miscellaneous items and gift cards for the Simon House.  Members of the Club, Linda Moore, Shirley Rodgers and Billie Robinson recently presented these items to Simon House Executive Director,  Rachelle Foley, and Lindsay Raisor, AmeriCorps Economic Empowerment Corps Member.    Pictured from L to R – Linda Moore, Billie Robinson, Rachelle Foley, Lindsay Raisor and Shirley Rodgers.  The Simon House is a nonprofit organization that provides housing and other services to homeless women who are pregnant or have children.  In collaboration with other agencies, it provides a safe, stable and  healthy environment that encourages, educates, and empowers clients to become self-sufficient and productive members of our community and the larger society.  Additionally, the Simon House provides services to other extremely low income families in an effort to avert them from experiencing the trauma of homelessness.  For more information, visit their website at:

The Juniper Ladies Golf League (JHLGC) held their annual club meeting to elect officers on Saturday, October 6th.  The officers for 2019 will be Sue Wood and Barbara Reynolds, Co-Administrators, Glenda Abrams and Stacey McClellan, Tournament Co-Chairs, Charlotte Pyles, Handicap Chair, and Jenny Bannister, Secretary/Treasurer. 


The ladies also participated in the end of the year “Haunting on the Hill” golf scramble and collected miscellaneous household, children’s and personal health supplies and a monetary contributions for the Simon House.  JHLGC members Linda Moore, Brenda Shipp and Shirley Rodgers delivered the donated items and $311 to the Simon House on behalf of the club members.   


The Simon House  is a nonprofit transitional living facility for homeless adult women who are pregnant or have children.  In collaboration with other agencies and organizations, they provide a safe, stable, and healthy environment that encourages, educates, and empowers residents to become self-sufficient and productive members of our community and the larger society.

Simon House Donation, 10/19/17. In an effort to give back to our community, ladies brought donations for the Simon House and collected $400 in cash and gift cards.  Pictured above (L to R)  Nancy Durham, Leah Cunningham, Simon House Case Manager, Renae Savage, Shenaaz Buppell, Simon House Executive Director, and Linda Moore, Juniper Hill Ladies Golf Club.

Haunting on the Hill – 10/17/15


The Juniper Hill Ladies Golf Club met on Saturday, October 17th for lunch and their annual meeting, at Juniper Hill Golf Course.  Following the meeting, 41 ladies participated in the end of the year “Haunting on the Hill” golf tournament.

1st Low Gross: Susan Goins, Connie Wiard, Aggie Hampton and Allison Harrod;

2nd Low Gross: Tara Purvis, Barbara Reynolds, Barbara Terrell, and Billie Lee, 1st Low Net: Becky Ebert, Karen Pilcher, and Ester Wilhoyte (Jill Lancaster was the blind draw team member);

2nd Low Net: Cathy Kays, Carol Payton, Dusty Nelson and Elizabeth Coleman, Second Low Net. 

Endurance Award: Lori Elder, Madison Elder, Ruth Hinkle and PJ Johnson. 


Allison Harrod chipped in on Hole #8.


As a part of giving back to the community, the Juniper Hill Ladies contributed money and gift cards and brought household items/products and personal items to donate to the Simon House.  Two of our ladies, Becky Ebert and Karen Pilcher, donated several hand-made scarves for the women and children.  Becky and Karen have a business called “A Splash of Clash”, and they donate a scarf, made from recycled sweaters, for every one they sell.   They will be exhibiting their unique scarves and arm-warmers at the Franklin County High School Band Bazaar on Saturday, December 5th.

On October 18, 2014, JHLGC “Swing FORE a Cure” breast cancer golf scramble raised and donated $5,026.00 to KY Cancerlink Kentucky.  All money raised helps support breast cancer patients and will stay in Franklin County. More information can be found at

Simon House Thank You Letter 8-23-13.pdf
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Haunting on the Hill

34 ladies played on 9/5/13


1st: Donna McNeil, Robin Moore, Tara Purvis & Barbara Reynolds – 194

2nd: Brenda Shipp, Linda Dailey, Shirley Rodgers & Judy Halasek – 198.25

3rd: Allison Harrod, Susan Goins, Connie Wiard & Aggie Hampton – 204.5

Chip-in: Norma Wigglesworth

Skins: Tara Purvis, Pam Rhodes, Charlotte Pyles, Norma Wigglesworth & Connie Wiard


Proceeds from this tournament benefited the Simon House.

For a complete list of participants and scores, go to the JHLGC tab at the top of this page and then choose "Tournament Results" on the right.


Donated goods and $87 was delivered to the Simon House. 


JHLGC “Rally for the Cure” golf scramble was held on 9-18-13. Sixty ladies donated to the cause that raised $1,900 for the Susan G. Koman Race for the Cure campaign! Fifty-seven ladies played in the golf scramble and it was a total PINK OUT!


1st LG: Donna McNeil, Debbie Wash, Barbara Reynolds and Amy Rodgers – score of 61

2nd LG: Elaine Butler, Sandra Shelton, Denise Wentz and Rose Caudle – score of 63

1st LN: PJ Johnson, Jennifer Opsata, Liza Smith and Pauline Carr – score of 37.75

2nd LN: Debbie Mitchell, Sharon Edwards and Ruth Hinkle – score of 38.75

Closest to the pin on #6: Debbie Wash

Closest to the pin on #17: Barbara Reynolds


$725 raised for the Susan G. Komen Race for a Cure Foundation

Thirty-six ladies participated in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for a Cure Foundation step-aside golf scramble on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012, raising $725 for this very worthy cause.

$460 Raised for the Frankfort Women’s Shelter ----


Once again the ladies of JHLGC stepped up to the plate for our community. On 9/15/12, thirty-five ladies participated in the annual “Juniper Cup” benefiting the Frankfort Women’s Shelter. Through donations, JHLGC raised $460 for this great cause.


Oh, and as a side note‐ the Blue Team defeated the Red Team 15 ½ to 11 ½.


$1,080 raised for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation

"The Juniper Cup" tournament raises $400 for The Frankfort Women's Shelter

On September 28, 2011, the Breast Cancer Charity Scramble brought out fifty-four of the pinkest ladies you’ve ever seen! A total amount of $1,080 was raised for the Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Below is a list of the winners:

1st low gross: Donna McNeil, Robin Moore, Debbie Wash and Barbara Reynolds    71 SCP

2nd low gross: Aggie Hampton, Connie Wiard, Susan Goins and Kathy Branham      71

1st low net: Michele Brown, Charlotte Pyles, Barbara Terrell and Connie Goins      45.75

2nd low net: Dusty Nelson, Sue Woods, Cathy Kays and Carol Payton                          48.75


Closest to the pin on #6 – Cathy Kays

Closest to the pin on the second shot on #10 – Nina Sue Rice

Low putts: Ann Hilen, Shirley Wilhoite, Barbara Booze and Charlotte Nelson          24

Good Sportsmanship Award: Bee Spicer, Gladys Brumback and Bonita Slattery

(Event photos can be found under the “Photos” tab.)

Thirty-six ladies braved the weather conditions on Saturday, October 1st, 2010 to participate in the club’s first Juniper Cup tournament.   The “Red” vs. “Blue” team event ended the match with a tie of 13 ½ points each.


Specialty prizes were won by: Connie Wiard, closest to the pin on Hole 17; Ruth Hinkle, closest to the pin on Hole 6; Cherie Stivers, longest drive on Hole 12; Debbie Mitchell, longest drive on Hole 9; Donna McNeil, longest putt; and Thelma King, straightest drive. The only chip-in was Carol Wiard, who donated a portion of her winnings back to the women’s shelter. Ladies who participated in The Juniper Cup contributed their entry fee, and extra, to benefit the women’s shelter and raised $400 (see picture).


The Franklin County Women’s Shelter was a brainchild of Jill Robinson and 40 other people who first gathered in the basement of the South Frankfort Presbyterian Church in November 2004. Through much hard work and determination, the Shelter was dedicated on March 25, 2008, and provides a place for women and children to call home while they attempt to create a healthy environment for themselves and their children. The Shelter depends on the support of the Frankfort community to keep them operating. They have 3 groups of needs: donations of time, donations of items and supplies, and financial contributions. For more information, call the Shelter at 502-352-2843 or refer to their website at:  

"Haunting on the Hill" tournament benefits The Simon House

The end of the year “Haunting on the Hill” golf tournament was held on Saturday, October 8th, 2010. The forty-one ladies who participated, and other members of the league, contributed several boxes of non-perishable food items to support the women at the Simon House (see picture). The winning teams were: Aggie Hampton, Allison Harrod, Connie Wiard and Courtney Griffin, 1st Place; Mary Rogers, Donna McNeil, Debbie Wash, and Carol Wiard, 2nd Place; Shirley Wilhoite, Charlotte Nelson, Anne Hilen, and Tammy Wilmot, 3rd Place; and Shirley Rodgers, Marcie Mathews Furnish, Billie Lee, and Billie Robinson, 4th Place. Chip-ins were made by: Pam Rhodes, Sue Wood, Margaret Hanly, Charlotte Nelson, Shirley Wilhoite, Connie Wiard, and Karen Liebman.


The Simon House has been giving hope and shelter to women with children since 1987. The Simon House is a nonprofit transitional living facility for homeless adult women who are pregnant or have children. Besides providing a residential setting for women and their children, Simon House provides specific strategies and training designed to develop personal and family stability. Its purpose is to enable mothers in crisis to become whole, self-sufficient, and able to obtain permanent housing and employment. The residents are also encouraged to develop coping and parenting skills necessary for a stable, successful, independent family life. For more information or to provide support to this organization, call the Simon House at (502) 223-2138 or refer to their website at:


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