Sunnydale Thursday Night Ladies play back nine on June 30

Sunnydale Thursday Night Ladies on June 30 played the back nine.

Winners were: Mary Holden on #10 for closest to the pin first shot; Nancy Carlson on #11 in the water; Louise Smiley on #12 for the longest putt; Coral Tanner on #13 closet to tree on right; Joan Shymko on #16 for the longest drive (and she was the most honest golfer); Colleen Robson on #17 closest to the pin second shot; Ardene Larison won the lowest putts.

Weekly prize winners: Boston Pizza–Dawn Hart, Courtenay Country Market-Cheryl Sellers, Fluid Bar & Grill–Ardene Larison, Great Canadian Oil Change/Car Wash–Colleen Robson, John’s Independent Grocer-Nancy Carlson, Investors Group Janet Gee/Locals Restaurant–Jenny Lavery, Investors Group Keith Gibson–Shauna Reid, Jo Klassen’s Grill–Fran Wright & Joan Shymko, Labellamie Hair Studio-Anna Butler, Michaels Off Main–Debbie McMahon,

Panago Pizza-Peggy Ferguson, Plates Eatery-Karen Garrett, Pro Shop-Coral Tanner, Subway-Mary Lynn Doubinin, Sunnydale Golf-Sylvia Stephens, Town Pantry/White Spot-Mary Holden and Pearl Madden, Whistle Stop Pub-Kathy Reid.

 

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