Golf tourney raises over $2,500

schf-2015-golf (640x426)The proceeds of this fundraiser went to the purchase of two ECG heart monitors for 100 Mile District Hospital.

Local healthcare was the real winner when a golf tournament was played in 100 Mile House on June 20.
The event, for which golfers of all skill levels were invited to “drive one for the health of your heart”, at the Marmot Ridge Golf Course raised over $2,500 for the South Cariboo Health Foundation.
The funds are going towards the purchase of two new electrocardiogram (ECG) analyzers for the 100 Mile House Hospital lab.
The nine-hole tournament saw close to 50 golfers, a great meal, and fantastic support from volunteers and sponsors.
The first place golfers were Met Boyson and Helen Bailey.
Kevin Anderson won the putting contest.