Golfers tee off for Sicamous charities

A total of 78 golfers participated in the fourth annual Dave Stead Sr. Memorial Golf Tournament at Eagle River Golf Club.

  • Sep. 19, 2012 11:00 a.m.

Ben Lewis gets the ball in the air during the fourth annual Dave Stead Sr. Memorial Golf Tournament held on Saturday

There’s the shot: Ben Lewis gets the ball in the air during the fourth annual Dave Stead Sr. Memorial Golf Tournament held on Saturday, Sept. 15.  A total of 78 golfers participated at Eagle River Golf Club. The top team was Kathlene McNeil, Jody Gjaltema, Sarah Kyllo and Lance Bird.

A special Scallywags putting event held in memory of Kara Wagner’s sons Devlin and Lealen, who died in a house fire, was won by Christian Stead. The entire event raised an estimated $7,000 towards local charities.  Photo by Sarah Kyllo

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