Crown Isle Ladies Nine and Wine sold out

Evening included golf, wine, appys and plenty of prizes

Crown Isle ladies’ Nine and Wine was an overwhelming success as 72 ladies played nine holes of golf, had a glass of wine and appys and enjoyed receiving lots of prizes.

Rod Prieto, director of golf, MCed the event with skill prizes presented to Donna Wilson, closest to Ron Coulson, owner of Crown Isle, on #1, his second year appearing on the course at ladies’ night (mannequin of course!); Jan Dafoe longest drive; Heather Gordon in the water; Barb Parker in the bunker; Judy Pouliot closest to the #8 bullseye; and Wendy Graham longest putt.

he winning team of the coveted  bag and goodies from Eagle FM was our own  Ev Shaw, Judy Pouliot, Jenny Steel and Joanne Meyer (gross 35). Second place went to Katy Macaulay, Donna Cuniffe, Lindsay Sparkes and Karen Hopwood gross 35 (lost on card off).

Vanna White also made her appearance (dressed as Donna Cunliffe) and gave out lots of raffle prizes. No event can be successful without the support of some very fine sponsors: Breanna Morgan at Eagle FM Radio, Holly Francis at Pharmasave, Jeff Lucas at Casacadia Liquor Store, Dyan Spink from Royston Roasting Company, Dave Reynolds at Chances Casino, Shari at The Head Shed, Deb Halstead at Kernaghan Adjusters and Crown Isle.

Several golfers finished the evening in the Silverado Room dancing to the Duelling Pianos, who will be back for next ladies’ night on June 25. It is filling up very quickly and there are only 72 spots.  Register by calling the Crown Isle Pro Shop at 250-703-5031.

 

– Crown Isle Ladies Golf

 

 

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