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Rossland-Trail Birchbank open

City of Trail’s Chief Administrative Officer, David Perehudoff, takes a swing on a sunny and clear day at the first tee at Birchbank Golf Course for The Trail-Rossland Open this past weekend. The tournament ran from Friday morning until the end of the last round on Sunday afternoon, when Spokane’s Dylan Maine would win his third Rossland-Trail Birchbank Open, see more on the results in this week’s Trail Times. - Liz Bevan
City of Trail’s Chief Administrative Officer, David Perehudoff, takes a swing on a sunny and clear day at the first tee at Birchbank Golf Course for The Trail-Rossland Open this past weekend. The tournament ran from Friday morning until the end of the last round on Sunday afternoon, when Spokane’s Dylan Maine would win his third Rossland-Trail Birchbank Open, see more on the results in this week’s Trail Times.
— image credit: Liz Bevan
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