Alberni Golf Club hosts Grey Cup Scramble

Very few rules in this event on Sunday, Nov. 25

GERRY FAGAN

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On Sunday, Nov. 25, the Alberni Golf Club will be hosting the annual Grey Cup Scramble and party.

Please register in the Pro Shop, or you can phone 250-724-5422. Sign up with your four- or five-person teams or as a single. The teams can consist of all men, all ladies or a mixed team. There will be very few rules, just a fun day. Both golfers and non golfers are welcome to join in the activities. If you prefer not to golf, come out for the lunch and watch the game in the clubhouse on a big screen TV.

There will be nine holes of golf with many on-course obstacles to overcome. It all begins with a shotgun start at noon. The kick off is scheduled for 3 p.m. After golf, come into the lounge, relax, and enjoy the lunch and the game while you sip on a beverage or two. There will be door prizes, as well as a couple of meat draws. There will also be plenty of opportunity for you to go home with more merchandise than you came with.

The price for this fun-filled day is $25 for members and $35 for guests. This entry fee includes golf, a burger and a beer and a good old time.

Many thanks to Dallas Ward of Double R Meats and Buy Low Foods for their generous contribution to the day.

Just a reminder, folks, about the wine and cheese get-together on Saturday, Nov. 24 in the clubhouse from 2 till 5 p.m. This is a good opportunity for you to browse through the Pro Shop—you may even pick up a bargain or two in their pre-Christmas sale.

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