The Tournament of Roses champions included (from left to right) Sandra Roy and Maureen Crawford with a low net of 59

Tournament of Roses winners

The annual Tournament of Roses was held on Saturday at the Granite Pointe Golf Course in Nelson.

The annual Tournament of Roses was held on Saturday at the Granite Pointe Golf Course in Nelson.

According to organizers the weather was glorious, the golf course was in excellent condition, and the dinner was delicious.

Much cheering and laughter was heard throughout the day.

Once again the community was generous in donating gifts and services for the event’s raffle.

The Tournament of Roses champions included Sandra Roy, and Maureen Crawford (low net) with 59, and the team of Roma Crispin and Sherry Hartridge (low gross) with 79.


The Flight One winners included:

First Low Gross — Tammy Avis and Sherry McIvor (82);

First Low Net — Lynne Foster and Shirley Wolbaum (66);

Second Low Gross — Sue Moisey and Andrea Coates (82);

Second Low Net — Marcia Marinas and Michelle Palm (66);

Third Low Gross — Bev Stevens and Ann Renee Pettyjohn ( 93)

Third Low Net — Cathie McLaren and Becky Allen (73).

Flight Two winners included:

First Low Gross — Lorna Maxwell and Fran Crawford (91);

First Low Net — Karen McGinnis and Gwen Acres (66);

Second Low Gross — Ruth O’Bryan and Kathy Tencza (94);

Second Low Net — Jackie Chapin and Corinne Scheldrup (66);

Third Low Gross — Mary Gris and Marie Berg (97);

Third Low Net — Lois Cutler and Hilda Taylor (70).

Golfers in the non-competitive flight were Jane Tillotson and Judy Frederiksen.

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