Crown Isle transformed into Margaritaville for Nine and Wine

Pancho Villa

A successful Crown Isle Ladies Nine and Wine was held on

Wednesday.  Despite the threat of rain, lots of women participated in a great night of golf, quesadillas, margaritas, wine, dessert and

prizes.

No rain fell and a wonderful night was had by all. Our MC was none other than Pancho Villa, aka Rod Prieto, Crown Isle director of golf.

A big thank you to all of our community sponsors: Eagle Radio, Crown Isle Golf Resort, 40 Knots Winery, Melissa Berrigan-Royal LePage, Engrave it, Pharmasave, MacKenzie Gartside, Graham Jewellers, Assante, White Spot, Signature Oil and Vinegar, Prime Steak House, Chris and Errol Flynn-Re/Max, Rice Toyota, MacDonalds, Ana Fleck Invis Mortgages, Daryl Robbins, KIA, Naomi Freisen-Eden Therapy, VI Fitness, Kernaghan Adjusters, Blackfin Pub, Suzanne and Jenny’s, K&V Nails, Relay Event

Rentals, Booster Juice, Wayward Distilleries, Bodynetix, Atlas Cafe, Sandy Slovak, and The Naked Squirrel. These sponsors make this event an overwhelming success story each month.

Our next event is July 20, 5:30 shotgun with a black and white attire theme for Penguin Night.  Sign up as a single, twosome or team at the Crown Isle Pro Shop 250-703-5029.

 

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