Cranbrook Golf Club juniors receive donation from Cranbrook Colonels

Local senior hockey team gives back to youth program at community course


The Cranbrook Colonels Senior Hockey Club has made a donation of $1000 to the Cranbrook Golf Club’s Junior Program for the 2018 season.

Thanks to the donation, the CGC says that they are able to provide unique opportunities for their Junior Golfers in Cranbrook including the pursuit of unique camp options, such as their after-school swing lessons which has grown to nearly 60 participants this season.

The increased budget also allows for the freedom in pricing and ensuring the camps can be an enjoyable experience for all. The CGC is able to reward our Junior members with free Monday Golf instruction and play as well as the option of ‘Mystery golf tour days’ where a selected group has the chance to go on golf trips to different facilities throughout the Kootenays.

The club is hosting the Cranbrook Junior Open on June 2 and Cranbrook Adult/Junior two-ball on July 7.

Just Posted

Unions reject CP Rail contract offers

Both meeting Friday to determine next steps; 72 hours notice required before strike action.

VIDEO: College of the Rockies expands early childhood education

Province funds $130,000 that will double capacity of ECE program

Cranbrook writer wins national book prize

Full Curl by Dave Butler has won the 2018 Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Crime Novel.

Some light at the end of the tunnel for driver examiner shortage

As Sparwood student readies petition, ICBC has two new examiners in training

Moving towards a spectacular Sam Steele Days

Sam Steele Society has made some adjustments to enhance the festival including a parade route change

Trans Mountain pipeline: How we got here

A look at the Kinder Morgan expansion, decades in the making

Suspected scammer attempts to use Black Press newspaper to dupe woman

Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre offers tips after Langley resident received suspicious call

Vote points to abortion being legalized in Ireland

Voters asked whether to keep or repeal Eighth Amendment to Roman Catholic Ireland’s Constitution

COLUMN: Women’s breasts really aren’t that big a deal

A follow on some Princeton, B.C., students gained considerable exposure when they dropped their bras

Canadian soccer officials talk up World Cup bid at Champions League final

Current bid calls for 2026 World Cup games to be staged in the U.S., Canada and Mexico

B.C.’s devastating 2017 wildfire season revisited in new book

British Columbia Burning written by CBC journalist Bethany Lindsay

B.C. RCMP swoop in to save injured eagle

An eagle with a broken wing now in a recovery facility after RCMP rescue near Bella Coola

Bug spray 101: Health Canada wants you to stay bite free

Health Canada is reminding Canadians to use bug spray and other insect repellents safely

B.C. jewellers warn public about fake gold scam

‘They are playing on people’s sympathy and their greed’

Most Read