LETTER: Lawn bowl succeeds thanks to community

The Parksville Lawn Bowling Club just wrapped up another great outdoor season. On behalf of the club, I would like to thank the following for making 2017 such a success.

Thanks to Quality Foods, Pacific Western Brewing, Royal Canadian Legion #49, Bluenose Motor Company, Ferguson Exteriors, George Gibson, and Oceanside Wine Works. Thanks to Cutting Edge Engraving for their great work on the trophies.

A big thank you goes out to the wonderful businesses and sponsors who helped make our Shades of Pink Tournament a record-breaker this year. Also, I’d like to thank the many club members who donated trophies for club tournaments, those who gave of their time to help the club run smoothly, from the kitchen to the greens etc. Thanks to the media, and PQB News sports reporter Michael Briones for getting the word out about this wonderful sport.

Carol Bucyk

Parksville Lawn Bowling Club

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