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Charity golf tournament still seeking teams

HARRISTON - It is looking like a lucky 13 in Minto with the first annual Mayor’s Charity Golf Tournament at Pike Lake Golf and Country Club on Sept. 13.

This marks another of the new ideas and initiatives Minto Mayor George Bridge has brought since being elected last year.

The tournament will help raise money for community groups and organizations. This year’s intended recipients are  the Minto Arts Council and the Harriston Historical Society.

There is still space available for teams to participate and organizers have opened up the deadline until Sept. 6 to register.

For those interested in putting a team together, the cost to enter is $400 which includes a meal and prizes.

Organizers would also like to thank the many hole sponsors, gift donors and big prize sponsors that have already contributed their time and money towards this tournament. Without their support the tournament would not be a success.

If you are interested in registering a team please visit www.town.minto.on.ca or call 519-338-2511.

 

 

September 2, 2011

 
 

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