Club Captain Steve Acland

Sparks takes first place finish

Another Men’s Club event is in the books at Alberni Golf Club.

Another Men’s Club event is in the books at Alberni Golf Club.

Many thanks to Tim MacLean and Stephanie Webber of Tim Hortons Restaurant for their contribution to the day. Also, it was great to have Tim join us for golf. Congratulations to Jack Sparks for his first place finish, followed by Darren Van Dyk in the number two spot. In third position was Jacques Giovetti, with George Defrane in the number fourth spot and rounding out the top five was Don McGowan.There will not be a Men’s Club next week because of the Men’s Senior tournament being held on Saturday, Sept. 20 and and Sunday, Sept. 21.

The following Sunday, Sept. 28 will be the wind-up for the Men’s Club, sponsored by our friend Dave Gray Contracting, more about that next week.

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