A tourney fore a great cause

The 23rd South Central Trucking and Industry Charity Golf Tournament wrapped up on Aug. 28 at Rivershore Estate and Golf Links.

The event raised more than $58,000 for the Royal Inland Hospital Foundation to be able to purchase a highly sophisticated and much-needed intensive-care unit bed.

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ue to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tourney was spread over several weeks in July and August, giving golfers the flexibility to golf where and when it best suited them.

The purchase of the ICU bed will benefit patients on life support or requiring other life-saving measures.

In the photo, from left: Tim Brooks, Heidi Coleman, Brad Teal, Gerry Schitzer, Marcia Popoff, Rob James and Shana Skjeie.

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