(L-R) Diony McArthur, Candace Wolbaum of the Nelson and District Credit Union and Loretta Bulfone celebrate after McArthur and Bulfone were named overall low gross winners at Granite Pointe’s Tournament of Roses. Photo submitted

Winners feted at Tournament of Roses

The 38th annual event was held May 29 at Granite Pointe


Granite Pointe crowned its champions Tuesday after the 38th annual Tournament of Roses.

Diony McArthur and Loretta Bulfone were the overall low gross winners with an 82, while Bev Poole and Wendy Eggleton took the overall low net trophy with a score of 57.

Flight One winners included:

First Low Gross: Michelle Palm and Bev Stevens (82)

First Low Net: Charlyne Tees and Corinne McFadyen (63)

Second Low Gross: Linda Tamblyn and Verna Chernoff (82)

Second Low Net: Sue Moisey and Fran Crawford (64)

Flight Two winners were:

First Low Gross: Gwen Arnett and Karen McGinnis (89)

First Low Net: Jeri Santarossa and Dana Haas (62)

Second Low Gross: Corinne Scheldrup and Jackie Chapin (92)

Second Low Net: Marnie Devlin and Peggy Egroff (63)

The tournament’s major sponsor was the Nelson and District Credit Union while Ted Allen’s Jewellery and many other businesses were generous in donating gifts and services for the event’s raffle.

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