Blue Tie Golf Day registration under way

Scramble to benefit Island Prostate Centre scheduled for Aug. 27 at Morningstar Golf Club in Parksville

Registration is now open for the third annual Blue Tie Golf Day, Saturday, Aug. 27 at Morningstar Golf Club in Parksville.

The four-player scramble is a fundraising tournament to benefit the Island Prostate Centre of Victoria, which provides services and support for prostate cancer victims and their families across Vancouver Island.

Registration is $170 per player and includes 18 holes of golf, a chicken and rib dinner, welcome gifts, draws and a $100 charitable tax receipt. Additional raffles and auctions offer more goodies.

The second Blue Tie Golf Day in 2015 raised $24,500 with 100 players taking part. Organizers hope to sign up 120 golfers this year.

To sign up, contribute sponsorship or to get other info, contact founder George Kenno at 250-954-2265 or onnek@shaw.ca.

—Submitted by Blue Tie Golf

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