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Golf tournament benefits Palliative Care, Green Wood

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The Northumberland Charity Golf Tournament organized by the Port Hope Knights of Columbus saw 75 golfers brave plenty of rain to finish their 18 holes at Ashbrooke Golf Course on June 22. During the event a hockey jersey donated by Shane O'Brien of the Colorado Avalanche was raffled off. The tournament raised $7,200 to be split evenly between the Northumberland Hills Hospital Palliative Care Unit and the Green Wood Coalition. This was the second annual fundraising tournament hosted by the K of C. Last year's raised $7,000 for the window restoration project of Our Lady of Mercy Roman Catholic Church in Port Hope. Pictured are (from left) David Sheffield of Green Wood Coalition, Ross Fraser and Hugh Penney of the Port Hope Knights of Columbus, and Adrienne Barrie of the Northumberland Hills Hospital.

Submitted photo The Northumberland Charity Golf Tournament organized by the Port Hope Knights of Columbus saw 75 golfers brave plenty of rain to finish their 18 holes at Ashbrooke Golf Course on June 22. During the event a hockey jersey donated by Shane O'Brien of the Colorado Avalanche was raffled off. The tournament raised $7,200 to be split evenly between the Northumberland Hills Hospital Palliative Care Unit and the Green Wood Coalition. This was the second annual fundraising tournament hosted by the K of C. Last year's raised $7,000 for the window restoration project of Our Lady of Mercy Roman Catholic Church in Port Hope. Pictured are (from left) David Sheffield of Green Wood Coalition, Ross Fraser and Hugh Penney of the Port Hope Knights of Columbus, and Adrienne Barrie of the Northumberland Hills Hospital.

The Northumberland Charity Golf Tournament organized by the Port Hope Knights of Columbus saw 75 golfers brave plenty of rain to finish their 18 holes at Ashbrooke Golf Course on June 22. During the event a hockey jersey donated by Shane O'Brien of the Colorado Avalanche was raffled off. The tournament raised $7,200 to be split evenly between the Northumberland Hills Hospital Palliative Care Unit and the Green Wood Coalition. This was the second annual fundraising tournament hosted by the K of C. Last year's raised $7,000 for the window restoration project of Our Lady of Mercy Roman Catholic Church in Port Hope. Pictured are (from left) David Sheffield of Green Wood Coalition, Ross Fraser and Hugh Penney of the Port Hope Knights of Columbus, and Adrienne Barrie of the Northumberland Hills Hospital.


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