Espanola Elks assist two local organizations
Elks committee member, Bill Giles says the local Soup to Tomatoes diabetes program in Espanola received $2,985 while the Espanola Helping Hand Food Bank received $1,157. On hand for the presentation: Nick Siren, Sue Clarke and Bill Giles. Photo supplied by Elks
The 2019 Elks Memorial Golf Tournament had 91 people take part with proceeds going to two local organizations.
Elks committee member, Bill Giles says the Espanola Helping Hand Food Bank received $1,157 while the local Espanola Soup to Tomatoes diabetes program received $2,985.
Giles says the 2019 July tournament was a success with 91 people taking part.
Committee member includes Marie Leeney, Claire Lamothe, Gerry McVey, Nick Siren, and Giles.
Giles says the first tournament had 12 teams and 48 players and it has grown from there.
He extends a thank you to all those who sponsored, donated and played in the event.