Sunnydale Ladies raise funds for BC Breast Cancer Foundation

Sunnydale Ladies dressed in pink and raised money for the BC Breast Cancer Foundation on June 16.

All the activity at the Sunnydale Ladies Club on Tuesday, June 16 helped benefit the BC Breast Cancer Foundation. We invited friends to don pink to play a game of “Joker’s Wild” and raised over $400 to fight breast cancer.

Teams of four turned a playing card after putting out, and their score was determined on whose card turned up. Sandra Galloway, Cheryl Bickle, Barryann Bury and Elaine Starchuk were the winners with a net score of 62.5.

Lys McCrone, Sharon Crowe, Pat Costello and Pat Peden were right behind with 63, while Carolyn Walker, Lois Westbrook, Bel Brown and Pat Rudolph were third with a score of 65. Sharon Littler, Vicki Bombini. Barb Dixson and Marg Poje were deemed the “Most Fun” with 76.5. Of course they protested that their poor score was simply due to the turning of the cards!

Marg Poje had the longest putt on #9, Pat Rudolph won the Rob Speer Pro Shop KP on #10 and Maryann Sheehan won the 2nd Shot KP on #5.

The real winner of the day was the BC Breast Cancer Foundation. Thanks to all the women who participated.

 

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