Lasoski Golf Tournament Raises $25,000

Lasoski Golf Tournament Raises $25,000 By Richard Day SEDALIA, MO (July 24) - While Danny Lasoski added $16,000 to the Beef Packers' bankroll with a pair of "A" Feature victories last week, his...

Lasoski Golf Tournament Raises $25,000 By Richard Day SEDALIA, MO (July 24) - While Danny Lasoski added $16,000 to the Beef Packers' bankroll with a pair of "A" Feature victories last week, his Second Annual Michael Ross Foundation Golf Tournament raised $25,000 for the treatment of the disease pay sachs Thursday. Michael Ross, son of American Compressed Steel President Tony Ross, died of pay sachs in the early 1990s. American Compressed Steel has been an associate sponsor of Lasoski throughout the decade, and the Ross family became very close to "The Dude." Lasoski and Kenny Schraeder, who together have made appearances at cystic fibrosis benefits, organized the Michael Ross Foundation in Michigan last year to help families with children suffering from pay sachs. "This is for Tony, Kathy (his wife), Nicole (their daughter) and Michael," Lasoski said Thursday. "I want to thank the World of Outlaws and its teams for helping make this a success. My buddies Tony Stewart, Ralph Sheheen and Gary Scelzi are here, but it's really the Outlaws guys who make this work. We raised $10,000 in our first year and we more than doubled it this time." WoO

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Series World of Outlaws
Drivers Gary Scelzi , Danny Lasoski