Chinook Cove golfers raise $4,800 for cancer

Ladies Tuesday night golf holds fundraiser in memory of Bonnie CruzelleMyram

It’s hard to put in words the success of the ladies cancer fund raiser in Bonnie’s Memory. Our breast cancer fun raiser has been happening for a number or years. Bonnie Cruzelle Myram was one of the main faces behind this event.

The community of Barriere and area has proved it’s generosity yet again. We raised close to $4800. in pledges and draws. 60 ladies dressed in pink shirts, pants, skirts, bra’s, wigs, scarves and much more, joined us in memory of Bonnie and others who have lost the fight. Supporting those who are here with us now, as survivors winning the fight.

I will not mention all the winners this report but would like to focus on all the supporters of this event. Please forgive me if I miss your name, or spell it wrong, and thank each and everyone of the ladies and their sponsors for making this event a success. Once again I need to thank my team and a few others for dessert, registration, ticket sales, etc. THANK YOU ALL!

Thanks to Vicky Hoffer for the donation a over the top bird house in memory of her good friend she lost this summer to cancer. I was the lucky winner. This list of thanks is for draw items. Jill Hayward, Kurtis Rainer, Bob Stirling, Lynda Enochsen, Donna Salle, Debbie Rainer, Helen Fraser, Barb Cavanaugh, Carol Willox, Angie Rainer, Larrissa Hadley, Darlene LeCerf and Chinook Cove Golf.

Now for the sponsor list. AG Foods, Barb & Caman Smith, Barriere A & W, Barriere Irly Building Centre LTD, Barriere Massage, Bodi Mekanix, Carl’s Market Garden, Carol Patton CGA, Country Store Antiques, Crystlee’s Hair Design, Estylo Hair Design, Jul’r by Lynda Enochsen, Knights Inn, North Thompson Funeral Services, Our Little Secret, Rainer Custom Cutting, River Adventure Co., Ron Wallace Trucking, Shais Designs, Stamer Logging, Station House, Val Bella Studio, Chinook Cove Golf, North Thompson Star/Journal. Do not want to miss our hole in one sponsors for regular ladies days, Alpine Meadow Resort, Bob Stirling Artist, and Barriere Auto Parts.

Thanks everyone.

 

 

 

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