Sunnydale Ladies and friends raise funds to fight breast cancer

On June 21 Sunnydale ladies hosted a ”Bring a Friend” charity day in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. The ladies raised $500 which will be used for research, treatment, education and patient programs.

There was lots of pink including the flags! We welcomed friends from near and as far away as Gold River and Campbell River. There were 62 ladies participating in a team dice scramble game. Sharon Littler placed trivia questions at various tees to add to the fun.

After a fun-filled round of golf and a wonderful buffet lunch, prizes were presented to the winners.

First-place team was Laurie Appleyard, Becky Kenner and Mary-Ann Poje. Second-place team was Fran Gibson, Denise Watt, Sherry Harrison and Sandra Garrow. Third-place team was Kathy Allison, Lois Westbrook, Magge Miller and Eva Schwab.

Door prizes were donated by Brian Phelan, Kathy Reid, Chris Annand and the Pro Shop.

Next week is our Red and White Day in celebration of Canada Day.

 

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