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Junior Farmers holding golf fundraiser

WELLINGTON CTY. - The Junior Farmers’ Association of Ontario is hoping to continue its mission to build future rural leaders through self help and community betterment.

On Aug. 5, it is holding its fourth annual charity golf tournament at the Guelph Lakes Golf and Country Club.

For over 67 years, JFAO has created leaders and volunteers through its programs.

A shotgun start with a scramble format will start at 12:30pm, preceded by JFAO’s own hit-the-implement contest and a barbecue lunch.

A $10,000 hole-in-one, a best dressed, and a driving range will be some of the contests as well as an early bird draw. Sponsorship is available for holes, contests, carts, and lunch.

The funds raised will help JFAO with its signature provincial programs such as the longest running leadership camp in Canada; an agriculturally themed competition, Autumn Profile; the culturally focused Sing Swing and its day to day operations.

For more information on the charity golf tournament, other Junior Farmer events and local clubs, visit or call 519-780-5326.


July 15, 2011


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