A look back at the 2016 golf season and some thoughts for the one ahead in 2017 will be among some of the discussion points for the Prince Rupert Golf Club's Annual General Meeting set for Sunday December 4th.
The session open to all members in good standing will start at 1 PM at the club house at the 9th Avenue course.
As part of Sunday's AGM, members will receive Financial Year end reports for both 2015 and 2016, review a list of Special Resolutions and conduct an election of officers.
In addition to green fees and other revenue streams at the Golf Course, the Prince Rupert Golf Society receives funding from the City of Prince Rupert.
In June, the City released details for the grant distribution numbers for 2015.
The 2015 numbers show that $93,000 was directed to the Golf Society for operational uses, while the Capital requirements for the Golf Society were provided with funding of $49,861.
City Council is currently reviewing its Community Grant requests for this year, and it's anticipated that they will be announcing the funding projections for the year ahead in January.
You can find more information about what the Prince Rupert Golf Course has to offer from their website here.
Notes on the golf scene around the North Coast can be found on our archive page.