Firefighters help Kilby and cadets

Golf tournament scores big with Agassiz organizations

The Agassiz Fire Department recently held their 11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament at Bridal Falls Golf Course. And on Canada Day, they handed out cheques to three local causes. The Kilby Museum received $1,500 toward the upgrade of their fire suppression system, and $1,500 went toward the 789 Royal Westminster Army Cadets in Agassiz. They also awarded $3,000 to the RCMP Victim Services Assistance program.

At the golf tournament, the winning team included John Law, Rusty Whelpton, Alita Bodell, Brain Bodell and Muriel West. Closest to the pin winners were Cheryl Bourel, Todd Bazan and John McLullen. The long drive winners were Mitch Baker and Shelly Olsen. Most interesting golf story or golf shot prize went to Rick Zen Zen and the putting contest winner was Chief Wayne Dyer.

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