L-R: Lion Darrell Rawclife

Golfers enjoy Lion’s tournament

Paul Monford, Rob Henderson, Stan Aie and Brian Henderson won the fifth annual golf tournament.

The big winners of the Ashcroft and District Lions Club fifth annual golf tournament were Paul Monford, Rob Henderson, Stan Aie and Brian Henderson.

Men’s KP – Bill Perry, Mens Accurate Drive – Robert Simpson, Ladies KP – Mavis Putnam, and Ladies Accurate Drive – Bev Campbell.

Forty players turned out, the day was sunny, everyone had a good time and the Lions thank everyone who played, all of the generous merchants and the Golf Course staff.

Thanks also to Lions Burt and Jan Mazerall and their friends Bob and Sharon Brady for bar-b-quing.  The dinner was delicious.  See you all at next year’s tournament!!!

Vivian Edwards

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