This event is scheduled at the Vernon Golf & Country Club on Friday May 6 2011.

Tee time is a shotgun start at 12:30 pm.
Sponsor’s night Thursday May 5, 2011.



MAY 6, 2011

Sold out at 112 golfers in the Classic.

The winners of the Thursday evening activities:

Accuracy– Female: Faye Bie – Male: Dale Neden

Gong shot– Female:Roberta Hill – Male: Brian Bonenfant

Putting– Female: Marlene Thorlakson – Male: Cliff Smith and Lyle Bie

Speedway Racing School putting winner Lyle Bie

Caddy Auction with auctioneer PAUL BURKE made $6,302. The highest Deputy Chief Lawrie Skolrood was purchased for $1,251 was purchased by Warren and Sandi Melnick, Akbal Mund was purchased for $1,201 by Danny Miller while Lindsay and Lynnaya from the Morning Star was purchased for $1,200 by Doug Thorlakson.


The hardware to:

Early Bird draw winner – Rob Boan

Speedway Racing School closest to the pins: Blair Carlson, Larry Fisher, Dianna Newfeld and Lawrence Brown.

Accuracy shotMale: Cliff Smith – Female: Debbie Fisher

Longest drive sponsored by Okanagan Aggregate – Male: Greg Sol – Female: Debbie Fisher

Pink ball team winners – Nancy Kurbis, Andrew Kurbis, and G. Paul Baryla

Timed hole sponsored by Kal Tire receiving 4 golf bags – Gary Weatherill,
Bill Dick, Karl Marsden and Gary Strand at 26 seconds.

The Far West Winning team – Neil Bradbury, Danny Miller, Richard Stabb, and Blake Rowson with -12. Second place team was Ryan Molitwenik, Stacy Roest, Jay Fourie and Dan Harding. Third place team was Lee Welch, Dustin Welch, Ryan Krause and Cory Krause.

The Good Guy of the Year was Doug Thorlakson.

The major auction conducted by Bob Woodman raised $37,800.00. The Kal Tire package with destination Campbell River was purchased by Gary Weatherill and the Nixon Wenger team for $10,000. Clark Omand owner of Pure Granite Rocks donation sold for $4,500 to Lawrence Brown. Neil Bradbury owner of Dream Easy Kitchen’s decided to double his package which sold to Darrel Spencer and Warren Melnick for $4,600 while the same occurred for owner Dale Neden of Speedway Racing School, he too decided to sell his package twice and the winners were Mark Fox and Nancy Kurbis sold for $4,200.

The other Major contribution was from the Bank of Nova Scotia who volunteered and managed the silent auction, entered 2 teams then wrote a cheque for $5,000.

NOCLS would like to thank all the volunteers, caddies, those who donated, those who purchased, bought items, committee members, the media and all the golfers for making this year’s event the so successful.

Total raised $87,240.00

Thank you!!!!!!!!! Thank you!!!!!!!!! Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Garry Molitwenik
Executive Director

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