Chilliwack golf tournament helps Fraser Valley Hospitals

The Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation is hosting a fundraiser at the Chilliwack Golf Club.

The Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation is hosting the ‘Golfing Fore Your Hospitals’ Tournament June 22 at the Chilliwack Golf Club. Proceeds from this event benefit the four hospitals in the Fraser Valley East region including Chilliwack, Abbotsford, Mission and Hope.

Golfers can register online at fvhcf.ca/golf until June 1.

The cost is $150 for an individual golfer and $500 for a foursome and registrants are entered into an Early Bird draw to win a gift basket courtesy of 3M.

After June 1, the price rises to $175 for the individual and $600 for a foursome.

Registration fees include the round of golf, lunch, dinner and entertainment.

People who don’t golf can skip 18 holes and still get involved in the evening.

Dinner is at 6 p.m. in the brand new outdoor pavilion at the Chilliwack Golf Club, featuring a special guest, local comedian Cliff Prang.

Tickets for dinner alone are $60 and the event includes a silent auction. Email Trish Neufeld for more info at trish.neufeld@fraserhealth.ca

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