On Saturday, July 14, Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) hosted their 15th Annual Golf Tournament at the Heritage Golf Club in Lancaster. The event raised $115,000, which will be handed over to youth initiatives in Glengarry County, like all money raised over the years.
The Golf Tournament, organized in partnership with the Caisse populaire de la Vallée (event major sponsor), Centre de santé communautaire de l’Estrie (CSCE), Centre culturel Les trois p’tits points, Équipe psycho-sociale and the Richelieu Club of Alexandria, brought together over 135 golfers.
With the support of several businesses, sponsors, participants, volunteers and a very generous anonymous donation of $100,000, this year’s event raised over $115,000. In respecting the anonymous donor’s request to focus on youth mental health, the following amounts were presented during the evening:
Also receiving are the following organizations, which have been supported over the past years. The amounts raised will allow for financial aid to be sustained yearly until 2021:
On behalf of the organizing committee, we wish to extend our sincerest appreciation to all who helped make the tournament another success!
|Cheque presentation for $4000 from event major sponsor – Caisse populaire de la Vallée.
From left to right: Michel Laviolette (CSCE/Tournament Organizer), Elaine Oetelaar (Caisse populaire de la Vallée), France Brunet (Tournament Organizer) & Derek Durocher (Caisse populaire de la Vallée).
Cheque presentation for $13,500 to Équipe psycho-sociale (Glengarry County).
|Cheque presentation for $8500 to Children’s Treatment Centre (Glengarry County).
From left to right: Michel Laviolette, Milton Ellis (Children’s Treatment Centre) & France Brunet.
|PCheque presentation for $4000 to Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Cornwall & District (Glengarry County).
From left to right: Michel Laviolette, representative from ig Brothers, Big Sisters & France Brunet.