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Teeing up for charity

BMO Nesbitt Burns’ investment advisors, Dale Stypula, Rob Venier and Greg Sternig, present Don MacMillan and Colin Sinclair, East Kootenay Foundation for Health and members of the Boston Pizza Northstar Par 3 Charity Golf Tournament Organizing Committee, with a gift of $2,500 for the upcoming tournament.   A portion of the gift is for cart sponsorship ($1,000) with the remaining funds allocated as donations to the BPNS cause to purchase vital signs monitors for the East Kootenay Regional Hospital.   - Photo submitted
BMO Nesbitt Burns’ investment advisors, Dale Stypula, Rob Venier and Greg Sternig, present Don MacMillan and Colin Sinclair, East Kootenay Foundation for Health and members of the Boston Pizza Northstar Par 3 Charity Golf Tournament Organizing Committee, with a gift of $2,500 for the upcoming tournament. A portion of the gift is for cart sponsorship ($1,000) with the remaining funds allocated as donations to the BPNS cause to purchase vital signs monitors for the East Kootenay Regional Hospital.
— image credit: Photo submitted

The Boston Pizza Northstar Par 3 Charity Tournament takes place on Friday, August 22 at the Cranbrook Golf Course.

Registration forms for the tournament are available at Boston Pizza.  For any additional information or to sponsor, volunteer or register you can contact Trevor at:  gordont@bostonpizza.com or visit our website at:  www.cranbrookcharitygolf.ca.

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