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SHOTS FROM 2015
Friday, August 25, 2017
The purpose of this annual event is to honour and remember Mr. Skip Hayden, longtime RFP instructor and past-President of the Board. Our members and sponsors get together to enjoy a round of golf with friends from the recreation industry. It's what Skip was all about!
On the Par 72 course at the Olds Central Highlands Golf Club, the winning team was from the City of Calgary's Stew Hendry Henry Viney arena with a score of 62!
The ladies longest putt award went to the City of Lacombe's Sandi Stewart. The men's longest putt had no official recorded winner. Ed Peacock from the Town of Olds was the winner drawn randomly to take home the prize.
The men's longest drive was Sheldon Kingcott from McKenzie Towne Council. The ladies longest drive award went to Annette Boomer, also from the Town of Olds.
Huge thanks to sponsors: Gold: White Ice, Omni Sport; Silver: Playworks & ParkWorks, W.E. Greer; Bronze: Western Gym & Recreation Supplies as well as prize sponsors McKenzie Towne, Town of Innisfail, Town of Lacombe, MultiGas/RelTech, Les Turner at Cardel Rec, Eliza May Day Spa in Cochrane, Erv Parent, and CIMCO.
The ALS Society of Alberta has become the charity of choice and its spokesperson, Lisa Copeland joined in the festivities tospeak briefly about ALS - the disease that Skip succumbed to. A 50/50 draw saw ALS Society and Mr. Ajid Williams from the Playworks team take home $160 each.
A good day of golf followed by great prizes and a steak dinner meant a truly good time was had by all! We hope to see your team next year!
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