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North Vancouver RCMP "Mountie Slice" Charity Golf Classic at Seymour Golf and Country Club

Aug 14, 2006

By Catherine Barr


The North Vancouver RCMP held their 5th annual "Mountie Slice Charity Golf Classic" this past Monday at Seymour Golf and Country Club. This year, funds raised go to support the North Shore Crisis Services Society and the West Coast Alternative Society. Lots of great prizes and auction items made this tournament worth gunning for.

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Golf committee chair Cpl. Cam Kowalski is the man behind the tournament, having organized it all five years.
Retired Sgt. Bob Reed (left) hit the links with acting sergeant and North Van's head traffic man, Dave Duplissie.
A fabulous outdoor buffet dinner was served up by Seymour head chef Dean Eussell (left) and sous chef Ken Galley.
Lance Chalifoux (left), retired North Van member Jack Ewert, Scott Warner and retired member Lou Brombale made a real swinging foursome.
Nothing happens without the volunteers and organizers. Three cheers for Sandy Potter (left), of Blockwatch, Jeannette Coulpier, of West Coast Alternative Society, Debbie Dowler, of North Van Community Policing and Pamela Buck, of North Shore Crisis Services Society.
Supporting a good cause was the name of the game. Just ask Patrick Hogan (left) and DTM Systems' Paul Martin.
Wally Coe (left), teamed up with North Vancouver RCMP Superintendent Gord Tomlinson for their Texas Scramble.



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