Sunnydale Thursday Night Ladies hold golf banquet

Sunnydale Thursday Night Ladies had their golf banquet on Sept. 22. It was a fun evening with socializing, a delicious meal followed by games,  awards and draw prizes.

Awards were given out: for the most low putts won by Fran Wright; Deb McMahon for the most pars; Maylene Friesen had the most birdies and Monique Walker for the most chip-ins.

Thank you to Rob Speer Pro Shop, Riley and staff, Mark and staff and all the gals that helped out. We would like to thank our weekly sponsors for a great season:

Booster Juice, Boston Pizza, Courtenay Country Market, Fluid Bar & Grill, Great Canadian Oil Change/Car Wash, Investors Group Janet Gee/Locals Restaurant, Investors Group Keith Gibson, Jo Klassen’s Grill, Labellamie Hair Studio, Michael’s Off Main,

Panago Pizza, Plates Eatery, Subway, Sunnydale, Town Pantry/White Spot, Whistle Stop Pub.


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