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Support community and enjoy the summer with the Heritage Golf Classic

Golf Group 8 - 2015

Summertime means so many things to a lot of different people. For some, it’s a break from the hustle and bustle of the school year. Others see it as time for some fun in the sun. But if you’re a golfer, it means golf season.

Golf is best enjoyed with a good group of people, and golf tournaments are no exception to this. That’s why the Sturgeon Community Hospital Foundation is teaming up once again with the St. Albert Community Foundation for the annual Heritage Golf Classic.

This year’s event was planned to keep the community refreshed—after all, the purpose of the event is to create a healthier community together. And one way the pair plans to do this is by refreshing the entire event.

“This year we are pleased to bring the Heritage Golf Classic to the Glendale Golf and Country Club,” Katrina Black, President and CEO of Sturgeon Community Hospital Foundation, says. “The new venue is beautiful. And the new date gives golfers more opportunities to get their team together for the big event.”

The September 13 event marks the 17th year for the Heritage Golf Classic. Last year’s event saw 120 golfers attend to net $64,000 to Sturgeon Community Hospital Foundation and the St. Albert Community Foundation.

“Our goal is to continue the success of the event to ensure we are achieving our mission statement: Investing today for a healthy tomorrow,” Katrina says.

And the Heritage Golf Classic is one of the best opportunities for residents of St. Albert to invest in their community, because they’ll be supporting two incredible St. Albert charities.

About the charities

The Sturgeon Community Hospital Foundation provides the opportunity for members of our community to contribute directly to the Sturgeon Community Hospital and see the tangible results and benefits of their gifts.

The St. Albert Community Foundation is a proud member of Community Foundations of Canada – with over 150 Community Foundations across Canada and growing. The St. Albert Community Foundation provides an opportunity for citizens to contribute to and invest in the long-term fulfillment of community needs.

Registration is open right now for the Heritage Golf Classic. Book as a team or an individual today to take advantage of the Early Bird savings. Individuals that register for the golf tournament before August 15 can take advantage of $50 of savings, while teams that register before August 15 will save $200.

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