Colwood Rotary hosts fifth annual tournament

Proceeds split equally between the Salvation Army’s Beacon of Hope House and the Rotary Picnic Playground at West Shore Parks & Recreation

Thursday tee times will help treat addictions while also promoting heatlhy play on the West Shore.

The fifth annual St. Anthony’s Pharmacy and Colwood Rotary Club golf tournament is Thursday, Sept. 5 with registration at 3 p.m. tee off at 4:30 followed by dinner and prizes at Olympic View Golf Course.

Registration is $90 and includes a power cart, nine holes of golf, dinner and small bucket of balls.

Following its mandate of service above self and cultural awareness, each year, this small club of under 20 people donates more than $20,000 toward local and international projects and organizations.

Net income from the tournament will be split equally between the Salvation Army’s Beacon of Hope House that aids in the treatment of crystal meth addictions and the Rotary Picnic Playground at West Shore Parks & Recreation.

 

This playground is inclusive of supporting children living with disabilities and phase one of the construction has started. This new playground will not only have the latest in children’s park equipment but will also include features for children with disabilities and wheel chair accessible surfacing.

 

 

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