Wounded Warriors, charity of choice for Langford fundraiser

Local golf tournament fundraiser still looking for participants

A Langford company is still looking for participants in it’s annual charity golf tournament.

Falcon-Software’s 6th Annual Charity Golf Invitational, taking place Friday, Sept. 11 at the Olympic View Golf Club, is hoping to fill their roster with 72 participants in the nine-hole golf tournament. Besides bragging rights, there will also be prizes to be won at every hole, including a new car.

If golf isn’t your sport, tickets are still available for the evening’s event. But organizers urge interested parties to move quickly as seating is limited for the banquet dinner, a West Coast-themed buffet complete with wine.

The evening’s entertainment will get started with cocktails at around 5:30 p.m. and finish with local high-energy Irish Celtic band, Black Angus. The evening will also include silent and live auctions with a piece from local award-winning artist Richard Hunt.

Falcon-Software hopes to raise more than $15,000 for Wounded Warriors Canada, a not-for-profit organization that provides programs and services for Canadian Armed Forces members, retirees and their families.

Tickets are $125 for the full day of events, $65 for golf only, or $75 for just the evening’s activities.

For more information or to register for the event, contact coordinator Kristen Eisenstein at kristen@falconsoftware.com.


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