Legacy golf event returns

Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation’s annual golf event is Sunday, June 28 at Granite Pointe Golf Club.

The Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation’s annual legacy golf event, in partnership with Selkirk Paving and Nelson Ready Mix, returns on Sunday June 28 at Granite Pointe Golf Club.

This is the third year of a very successful partnership which has raised $30,000 for the Legacy Fund — each year.

“We are very excited to continue our partnership with Selkirk Paving and Nelson Ready Mix this year,” says foundation chair Myla Jillings.  “We look forward to another fantastic and successful event.”

For $100, you get a fun day of golf, a delicious dinner, fun contests and fantastic prize, all while supporting your local hospital.

Call Granite Pointe Golf Club at 250-352-5913 to register.

The Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation is governed by a group of dedicated volunteers whose purpose is to raise funds for the medical needs of our community hospital.

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