Com­mu­nity Liv­ing raises over $17,000 at tour­ney

The Daily Observer - - SPORTS -

Com­mu­nity Liv­ing Up­per Ot­tawa Val­ley held its 21st An­nual Golf Tour­na­ment at the Oaks of Cob­den on Fri­day, Au­gust 18. Fi­nal cal­cu­la­tions re­port this year’s tour­na­ment net­ted over $17,000. Over 110 golfers hit the greens and com­pleted 18 holes of golf. The win­ning team this year came from 104.9 MyFM and Grade A IT Ser­vices’ team, with the fol­low­ing play­ers: An­drew Dick and Matt For­rest from MyFM, and Daniel Tomka from Grade A. The Most Hon­est Team was Buske Of­fice Equip­ment.

Com­mu­nity Liv­ing would like to thank its cor­po­rate spon­sors namely Speed­pro Signs, Ash­ley Home­store Se­lect and a dou­ble cor­po­rate sponsorship from Prince Plow­ing & Land­scape Ser­vices. Our din­ner spon­sors this year were Hoff­man’s Auto Body, Ben­nett Electric, SRB Tech­nolo­gies, Arthur J. Gal­lagher (Steve Thomp­son), Arthur J. Gal­lagher (Louise McCon­nell) and law firm Hicks Mor­ley. In ad­di­tion, we had 57 hole spon­sors and many prize do­na­tions. EGM In­sur­ance spon­sored the $10,000 Hole in One – how­ever, no one col­lected the prize!

Com­mu­nity Liv­ing wishes to thank ev­ery­one in the Up­per

Ot­tawa Val­ley who con­trib­uted, in­clud­ing all of the golfers who bring the ex­cite­ment and ca­ma­raderie each and ev­ery year. Many thanks to those who came out to vol­un­teer their time and ef­forts to as­sist us in run­ning a smooth and fan­tas­tic tour­na­ment. A spe­cial thank you to Gerry Mansveld, tour­na­ment chair­man for the past 15 years who is step­ping down this year. We will miss Gerry and hope he will re­turn to golf and share his ex­per­tise with next year’s golf com­mit­tee.


The win­ners of the 2017 Com­mu­nity Liv­ing Up­per Ot­tawa Val­ley Golf Tour­na­ment pose here with their tro­phy. From left, Daniel Tomka, An­drew Dick, and Matt For­rest of the MyFM & Grade A team.


Gerry Mansveld over­saw his fi­nal Com­mu­nity Liv­ing Up­per Ot­tawa Val­ley Golf Tour­na­ment this Au­gust. He is step­ping down af­ter look­ing af­ter the event for the past 15 years.

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