Bryna Idler of the Hospital Foundation and Capt. Jeff Hebert got together at the fire hall last week to help launch the Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation legacy fund’s golf ball drop and the 11th annual legacy golf event

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Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation legacy fund’s golf ball drop and the 11th annual legacy golf event takes place Sunday, August 19

Nelson Fire and Rescue, the Nelson Star and 103.5 The Bridge are teaming up again for Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation legacy fund’s golf ball drop and the 11th annual legacy golf event, which takes place Sunday, August 19 at Granite Pointe Golf Club. Bryna Idler of the Hospital Foundation and Capt. Jeff Hebert got together at the fire hall last week to help launch the event. All proceeds from this four-person scramble will be directed to the Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation legacy fund. Registration is $100 per person, and includes a fabulous dinner and a chance to win incredible prizes. Call 250-352-5913 to register.

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