Pandora's Vox Golf Tournament



PANDORA's Vox is a group of ladies who have a love of life, a love of music and a lovely way of making big things happen. Calling themselves a "vocal ensemble with an eclectic and creative style", these gals put on a show whatever the occasion may be. Their annual Christmas concert is legendary, as is their summer revue, but you can catch them all over the lower mainland. On June 29, the gals put together a great fund raiser at Seymour Golf and Country Club. The first annual Swingin' and Singin' Golf Tournament attracted friends, family and fans and raised money for the group and their other affiliated non-profit agencies (B.C. Cancer Agency and Sage Transition House to name a few).

Pandora's Vox artistic director Gillian Hunt sure puts her gang through the paces. After dinner she led the ladies in a chorus of songs including "Stepping Out with my Baby" and "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy".
Keith Finney
is a big supporter of the ladies, including organizer Lois Brymer (centre) and Joan Boxall.
Rookie Vox member Geraldine Desmarais (left) was happy to act as the event's MC, while learning the ropes from six year member Dawn Demery.
Pianist Jennie Westcott (right) is as much a part of the gang as founding member Pat Rhys, who has been involved with the group for close to 12 years.
Newlyweds Ross and Ruby Curtis didn't care so much about the score on the course, just the fun they were still having together in each other's company.
Second soprano Ellen Domm was happy to see Rob Taylor safely in at the clubhouse with a +2 score.
Who puts an eraser on the end of a golf pencil? Don't worry, Mark Yasayko (left) and Mark Gouws didn't really change their score, they were just hamming it up for the camera.
Second soprano Patty Keith was busy raising money at the putting green alongside supporter, and all-round good guy, Ken Boxall.
Lining up her putt for a spectacular Vox finish was long-time member Ruth Finney.
New member Christine Donald (left) was a violin player before joining the group. She and friend Kathryn Evans aren't golfers but were happy to join everyone for dinner afterwards.
Bill Brymer (left), who is a Vox husband and supporter, was happy to see friend Bob Alexander make it to the putting finals.
Making hamburgers for the barbecue dinner was Seymour staff Danny Gibbens (from left), executive chef Arnim Schulze-Wilkinghoff and Tyler McEachern.