Corner Pantry Inc. and Tucker Oil’s Golf Tournament Raises Over $35,000 for The Cooperative Ministry

In a philanthropic gesture, David Tucker, owner, and president of Corner Pantry Inc. and Tucker Oil, recently presented a generous check of $35,462.02 to Beth Irick, CEO of The Cooperative Ministry. The significant donation stems from the success of the second annual Tucker Oil/Corner Pantry golf tournament held at The Windermere Club in Blythewood.

The tournament, which drew the participation of more than 25 teams, served as a remarkable community-building event with a dual purpose. In addition to supporting The Cooperative Ministry, the proceeds from the tournament also contributed to Toby’s Place Women’s Shelter in Columbia.

David Tucker Jr., Vice President of Wholesale, and Jack Tucker, Tucker Oil Manager, joined David Tucker in the check presentation, underlining the collective commitment of the Tucker family and their businesses to making a positive impact in the community.

Beth Irick, on behalf of The Cooperative Ministry, expressed gratitude for the substantial contribution, emphasizing the tangible difference it will make in supporting their mission.

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