Hope you will read BladenOnline, all the articles and sections, but especially ‘Bladen County student seeking help to make her dream come true.’ It’s all about a young, local lady with limited resources, but a huge desire to be all she can be.
Another good story about a Bladen County youth, Cade Hancock continues his good play in the Optimist International Junior Golf play in Florida. The Elizabethtown golfer fired a 73 yesterday in the 3rd round of play for a 228 total, tied for 32nd place. He tees off today in the final round of play at 7:40 AM in a threesome that includes 2 Puerto Rican youngsters. The leader is Augustin Errazuriz from North Myrtle Beach, SC. He has a combined 211 strokes entering the last day of competition. The 16-18 age male group attracted over 150 golfers. The match is being held at the PGA National Resort & Spa, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and features tournaments for males and females from ages 10 to 18.
Love the cool mornings. Yesterday’s low was 59 degrees.
Yesterday, I shared good July weekly numbers for BladenOnlne. Today, will do the same for the month of July and some stats for the first half of the calendar year:
Page Views: 468,586 (8 percent more than 2016)
Visits: 92,440: (7th most and 14 percent more than 2016)
Users: 43,810 (7th most and 10 percent more than 2016)
There were 22 stories that had at least 2,000 views.
Page Views: 3,128,415 (3 percent higher than 2016)
Visits: 634,976 (6 percent higher than 2016)
Users: 259,524 (13 percent higher than 2016)
Will share more stats later. Think we are proud?, you bet, but The Best Is Yet To Come, and it’s free.
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