There will be few excuses to be heard about not being able to find your ball this weekend as the Big Brothers and Sisters program hosts "glow in the dark" golf at the Prince Rupert Golf Club, the weekend of golf fun in aid of their programs in Northern British Columbia.
The best ball tournament event which takes place on Saturday will feature an 8:30 PM tee time, with golfers taking to the course to help raise funds for the Big Brothers and Sisters and United Way in Northern British Columbia.
Dinner has been included in the 19 plus night out for those that have registered, followed by nine holes of golf making use an LED glow in the dark golf ball, participants will also receive a swag bag at the end of the night's fun.
Proceeds from the Saturday event will be used towards social programs and services in the Prince Rupert area.
Recently it was announced that the Big Brothers Big Sisters’ mentoring programs are coming to Prince Rupert starting in September'
"BBBS is excited to announce a new partnership with SD52 to offer In School Mentoring to children attending Conrad Elementary School. "
Organizers note that all money raised from the tournament will be invested back into Prince Rupert programming to help us expand our services within the community.
More on the Saturday event can be found here.
The Program coordinator for the United Way in the Northwest is Lorna Bihori who took on her duties earlier this year, you can learn more about the programs in the Northwest by contacting her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 250-561-1040
More notes on Community Events on the North Coast can be explored here.
For more on the golf scene in the region see our archive here.