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Golf Tournament Update

golfer teeing off cOur 1st Annual Charity Golf Tournament supporting the Canadian Cancer Society is less than a week away! It is to be held Wednesday, September 11 at the Lionhead Golf and Country Club.

We would like to thank our dozens of hole sponsors in addition to our major sponsors to date:

Gold Sponsor: Quality Control Council of Canada
Gold Sponsor: Bruce Power
Dinner Sponsor: United Steel Workers
Gift Sponsor: Mattamy Homes
Gift Sponsor: Radiation Safety Institute of Canada

 

At the registration table, ask about entering our contests:
“Beat the Pro” Contest – Entry to a Special Draw
Hole in One Contest – Car by Whiteoak Ford Lincoln
Closest to the Pin Contest – Adams Driver
Putting Contest – Adams Putter

The schedule for the day:
12 Noon   Registration and Lunch
1:00 PM   Shotgun Start
6:30PM    Reception and Dinner

You can purchase raffle tickets at the reception, as well as participate in both a silent and a live auction. The evening will be emceed by our President and CEO, Hon Stephen W. Mahoney PC. Speakers include: Hon Reza Moridi, Minister; Mayor Hazel McCallion; Councillors Ron Starr, Bonnie Crombie, Katie Mahoney, Pat Saito, Jim Tovey and more.

Thanks to all who have registered to date for their support of this worthy cause.

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