Crownettes entertain at Crown Isle

One of many highlights from Crown Isle Ladies Field Day

Does it get any better than spectacular mountain views and sunshine, 18 holes of golf on a beautifully manicured course, delicious lunch (cooked by someone else!), raffle and door prizes, entertainment, and perhaps a glass of wine or two?

Crown Isle ladies field day was superb – Katy Macaulay and her team were nothing short of brilliant in arranging this great day of golf. They even flew the Crownettes in from the illustrious Crown Isle Golf Resort, with no thought to the huge cost, to perform and get many of  the ladies putting on their dancing shoes.

Everyone went home with a prize. Many thanks to the sponsors who helped to make this day so successful: Cascadia Liquor Store, Natural Pastures Cheeses, Pharmasave, Assante Capital Management, Corwn Isle Golf Resort, Signature Wines, Toscanos and Atlas Restaurant.

The game was 2 best net balls in a team of four. Tied for first with net 116 were Raelene Robertson, May Mitchell, Susie Youle and Carol Ross with Elaine Johnstone, Sandra Barwick, Donna Cunliffe and Sharon Hastings.

Third net 118 Anne Sands, Judy Aldcroft, Jan Macfarlane, and Susan Chepil. Fourth net 122 Jenny Steel, Ev Shaw, Judy Pouliot and Marsha Mackinnon. KPs: #4 Edith Yaworski, #7 Ev Shaw, #12 Shirley Ketter, #16 Nancy Riva.

The coveted Majestic tournament was played last week at Storey Creek. Stu, Val, Judy, George, Rosemary, Ken,and Stu and Ann (who all happen to  live on Majestic St. in Crown Isle of course) fought hard for this prestigious trophy. Kudos to  Anne Sands for a hole in one on #5.

Mark your calendars for BC Summer Games July 17-20 in Nanaimo.  Representing the North Zone VI are Nanaimo’s Shirin Anjarawalla, John MacDonald, and Kevin Bishop and Crown Isle’s Megan Radcliffe and Lauren Yanick. Nearly 3,200 athletes, coaches and officials from all over B.C. will be participating and meeting new friends.  Thanks to our very own Dee Horie for her tireless efforts in supporting these young athletes.

On a final note, the Crown Isle Ladies Nine and Wine with nine holes of golf, appys, wine and prizes is happening July 30 with a 5:30 shotgun. If you are signed up to attend, Bert is having a complimentary golf clinic at 4:30.

 

– Crown Isle Ladies Golf

 

 

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