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September Events Report

Golf Tournament Report

Although the number of golfers were fewer than in past tournaments, the weather was ideal and those taking part had a wonderful time.   There were a total of 28 golfers participating and 3 hungry bystanders for lunch for a total of 31.  The scores were very close with the low gross of 32 (par for the course is 34).  It was somewhat surprising that the highest score recorded was 38, so it gives you some idea of the calibre of the players participating.

A delicious steak dinner followed the tournament which was hosted by the Chesley Lake Camp Staff in the beautiful new restaurant opened this year.   It is truly a delightful place to eat and added much to the experience of the whole day.  Following the meal the following players were recognized:


Longest drive - Maureen Wilder (she is some golfer!)

Closest to the Pin - Gary Dillon, Harry Klapwyk, Jim McCrae

Par 3 Winners (only team on par 3) - Sandra Johnson, Sharon Moore, Lynda Palmer, Shirley Davidson

Par 4 Winners - Maureen Wilder, Frank Petanowitch, Byron Harris, Al Walker

As always we are grateful to Don Riddell for once again organizing this event.  He did a marvellous job and all who participated appreciate his efforts on their behalf.





Longest Drive Winner Maureen Wilder
Closest To The Pin
Jim McCrae
Closest To The Pin
Gary Dillon
Closest To The Pin
Harry Klapwyk






Team Winners (Long Course)
Frank Petanowitch, Byron Harris, Al Walker, Maureen Wilder
Team Winners (Short Course)
Sandra Johnson, Sharon Moore,
Lynda Palmer, Shirley Davidson
Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser Report
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Carson's Camp annual fundraiser for the March of Dimes was once again a huge success with our Men's Club assisting the camp staff in this annual event.  Eleven of our men volunteered to help out and it was organized by Barry Gauthier who did a superb job.  

The time frame that we worked with was from 9 to 10:30 a.m. during which  some 150 hungry adults and children ate pancakes and sausages with great enthusiasm.   Positive comments were heard as they left the park with stomachs full and happy in the experience.

It is expected that this tradition will carry on so be ready to volunteer in 2020.  We guarantee you will enjoy the experience.

Stratford Theatre Trip Report

At 9 a.m. Friday, September 27th our bus left the Sauble Community centre with 56 theatre ticket holders on board.  We arrived at the historic Queen’s Hotel in Stratford where we had a satisfying lunch of assorted wraps and sandwiches, desserts, coffee or tea.  There was time between lunch and the play for the ladies to do some shopping before proceeding to the Festival Theatre for the 2 p.m. performance of the musical “Billy Elliot”.  Everybody raved about the show which was about a British boy who begins taking ballet lessons during the coal miners’ strike in 1984.  After the theatre we proceeded to Anna Mae’s Restaurant in Millbank where we had  a choice of broasted chicken or roast beef dinner, and their famous pies for dessert plus beverage. The bus arrived back at Sauble at 9 p.m.  All had a great time and are looking forward to returning Stratford next year to see “Chicago”.       

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