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Zajac Foundation Reverse Draw Bob Hope Classic and New York Marathon

Oct 29, 2008

By Catherine "Cat" Barr

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What happens when you take a legendary foundation and pair it with a legendary golf tournament. The answer - excitement and magic - and the kind that benefits everyone. The Mel Jr. and Marty Zajac Foundation for Seniors and Children held their signature reverse draw for the Bob Hope Classic Golf Tournament last week at Hy's Restaurant in Vancouver. Despite the economic times, business leaders stepped up to the plate to help raise money for this very good cause. The winner is now off to Palm Springs in January to play in the game of a lifetime.

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zajac_ranch_draw-6305 West Vancouver's Don Rutledge, left, seen here with Mel Zajac, ran the New York City Marathon Nov 2 in an effort to raise $1 million for the Zajac Ranch.
zajac_ranch_draw-6307 Former Indy lights race car driver David Rutledge lends his support with West Van's Devina and Paul Zalesky of AllWest Insurance.
zajac_ranch_draw-6309 Anglo-Canadian Uranium Corp.'s Len Harris and Light House corporate development's Tom Byrne wait for the numbers.
zajac_ranch_draw-6310 Philanthropist Gary Segal chats with West Vancouver's Ray Maguire during the reception.
zajac_ranch_draw-6311 Supporting the kids are Al Cameron, left, West Van's Lee Ainslee, Wendy Zajac and Tony Ricci.
zajac_ranch_draw-6313 Daughters Karen, left, and Corinne Zajac work tirelessly behind the scenes to make it all happen.



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