Hospice Golf Tournament needs sponsors

Hospice Society Charity Golf Tournament tickets are on sale and organizers are looking for more sponsorship and support.

 

The 13 hole scramble tournament, complete with prime rib dinner, silent and live auctions and prizes is set for Sept. 7 at the Eagle Crest Golf Course with all proceeds going to local hospice services.

Along with encouraging people to bring their friends and sign up for $99,  they are putting a call out for sponsors for prizes, hole sponsors and auction items to make the fun event an even bigger success.

Meanwhile, the society is holding its Annual General Meeting at 5:30 p.m., July 18 at Valhalla House, 210 Crescent Road West, Qualicum Beach. People are asked to RSVP.

For tickets or sponsorship call 250-752-6227 or e-mail info@oceansidehospice.com. For more information check www.oceansidehospice.com.

 

­— Submitted by the Oceanside Hospice

 

 

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