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Blast past $1 million

Blast past $1 million The Campbell River Community Foundation golf committee, Lorrie Bewza, Paul Corbett, Mark Berry, Amanda Raleigh, Carolyn Rendle, Craig Cormier, Judy Shepley and Scotty MacLaren, is committed to blasting the Community Foundation perpetual fund over the $1 million mark on May 27. Become part of the historic event by attending the sixth annual golf tournament at Storey Creek Golf Course and gourmet dinner. This year the dinner will be held at the Community Centre to make room for those who don’t wish to golf but want to enjoy a gourmet dinner and fabulous auction. To register, call 287-8807. To donate auction items, cash or sponsorship contact Scotty MacLaren at 286-6172 or Amanda Raleigh at 202-7500. - Photo submitted
Blast past $1 million The Campbell River Community Foundation golf committee, Lorrie Bewza, Paul Corbett, Mark Berry, Amanda Raleigh, Carolyn Rendle, Craig Cormier, Judy Shepley and Scotty MacLaren, is committed to blasting the Community Foundation perpetual fund over the $1 million mark on May 27. Become part of the historic event by attending the sixth annual golf tournament at Storey Creek Golf Course and gourmet dinner. This year the dinner will be held at the Community Centre to make room for those who don’t wish to golf but want to enjoy a gourmet dinner and fabulous auction. To register, call 287-8807. To donate auction items, cash or sponsorship contact Scotty MacLaren at 286-6172 or Amanda Raleigh at 202-7500.
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