Friday Night Mixed golf wraps up at Glacier Greens

Glacier Green Friday Nite Mixed Golf held their windup banquet on Oct. 1.

 

 

 

Glacier Green Friday Nite Mixed Golf held their windup banquet on Oct. 1.

First was Norm Fellbaum, Phil Ryan, Susan Guitard and Gillian Iddiols. Second was Gunter Parminger, Mario Canil, Diane Burke and Rose Jacobson. Third was Roy Hagg, Al Murtough, Judy Fellbaum and Addie Limin.

After our usual round of golf we had a delicious prime rib dinner catered by our own Social Centre staff. We would like to give a special thank you to Jo Klassen’s Grill and Wendy’s for providing our KP prizes every week.

The following sponsors made our windup banquet a great success and were appreciated by all: A&W Cliffe Street, Boston Pizza, Coulter Automotive, Cuts and Curls, Jo Klassen’s Grill, Plates Restaurant, Ricky’s Restaurant Slegg Lumber Comox, Wendy’s.

Thanks to all the golfers who came out on Friday night and we look forward to seeing everyone in the spring. Friday Nite Mixed is open to everyone to enjoy a social night of golf and delicious meal afterwards.

– Norm and Judy

 

 

 

 

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