Golf tournament raised cash for charity

Agassiz fire department thankful for community support

On June 14, 2013 we held our 14th charity golf tournament at the Sandpiper Golf Course raising over $11,800.00 which will go towards the RCMP Victims Assistance Program, The Meadow Rose Society in Chilliwack, Heart & Stroke Foundation, Children Hospital and The Honor House in New Westminster.

Our golf committee members once again thank you for your support of our 2014 Charity Golf Tournament to make it another success and to help the charities that we support.

If you would like more information about this year’s golf tournament please contact us: Agassiz Fire Department, PO Box 603, 7652 Industrial Way, Agassiz, BC, V0M 1A0, Fire Hall 604-796-2614, Cell 604-819-7119 or e-mail chiefdyer@shaw.ca.

Thanks again,

Wayne Dyer

Fire Chief

 

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