Border Bruins host golf tournament

The second annual Grand Forks Border Bruins golf tournament is scheduled for Sept. 27 at Christina Lake.

 

 

The Grand Forks Border Bruins 2nd Annual Golf Tournament is happening Saturday, Sept 27th at the Christina Lake Golf Club at 1pm. The tournament, which is sponsored by Unifab and The Tin Whistle Brewing Company, is a fundraising event in support of the Border Bruins Junior “B” hockey team. The event is a team scramble format with a focus on having fun.

The cost is $75 per player, which includes 18 holes of golf, cart, dinner and prizes. Potential players can register at the Christina Lake pro shop or by calling 250-443-9313. The Border Bruins organization would like to thank the many local businesses that have supported the tournament. If you have any questions or would like to get involved with supporting the fundraising efforts, please contact tournament coordinator Scott Stewart at 250-443-3242. See you on the links!

 

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