Rick Kasper shows some “love” to Herb Haldame after the trio

Chamber golf tourney was fun

The Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce golf tournament saw everyone win

The Chamber is very pleased with the support received at it’s 11th Annual Golf Tournament held September 13 at the DeMamiel Creek Golf Course.

Sooke’s business community definitely went “above and beyond” in terms of providing prize donations and sponsorship, and with 40 golfers participating the chamber considers the event a success.

Everyone had a great time and enjoyed a delicious barbeque dinner by Stone Pipe Grill and desserts by Little Vienna Bakery.

Mayor Milne and Councillor’s Haldane and Kasper were a few of the big prize winners, but no one left empty-handed from this well organized Chamber event.

Mother Nature also cooperated by providing a warm, sunny day with a light breeze and not many wasps.

Michael Nyikes, Vice President

Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce.

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