THE DUNDEEWEALTH 2012 Invitational Golf Tournament raised $3

$3,000 raised for St. Joseph’s General Hospital Foundation

The DundeeWealth 2012 Invitational Golf Tournament raised $3,000 for St. Joseph's General Hospital Foundation

The DundeeWealth 2012 Invitational Golf Tournament raised $3,000 for St. Joseph’s General Hospital Foundation.

Fifty golfers headed out onto the course at Crown Isle on Saturday, Sept. 15, for and after nine holes of ‘best ball’ golf and a wonderful buffet dinner, prizes were offered for the longest drive, closest to the pin and putting prowess in both men’s and ladies divisions. A new prize had to be added this year for the ‘hole in one,’ but there is some speculation as to whether that will occur again!

Once prizes were given out, a cheque for $3000 was presented to Sean Doran, a St. Joseph Hospital representative and board member. Sean Doran spoke after the presentation saying that St Joseph’s is grateful for the generous donation from Robert Mulrooney, Senior Investment Advisor of DWM Securities Inc. and its clients.

Tournament Sponsor, Robert Mulrooney says that the event has brought in over $17,000 over the years for various charities in the Comox Valley.

— DundeeWealth Inc.

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