The 2nd Annual Truck News/Chevron Charity Golf Tournament was a smash hit!

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Truck News and Chevron would like to thank all those who came out and supported our charity event held at Wooden Sticks. This sold out event raised more than $10,000 for the Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness. The CCAA was established in 1993 to assist Canadians affected by the life-long trauma of abuse and to educate the public about the detrimental role abuse plays in our society.

Despite overcast skies and a short rain delay, spirits weren’t dampened. Everyone had a great day of golf and socializing. Thanks to all who purchased extra raffle tickets, bid on silent auction items and purchased extra balls on the 17th island hole, with all proceeds going to the charity.

A special thanks goes out to our generous sponsors and prize donors.

Thanks to all those who dropped a gift off the morning of the event.

Thanks to the following for donating to our prize table:

Armbro, Bell Mobility, Black Diamond Golf Course, Business Information Group, CMG, Canon, Cara, Chevron Global Lubricants, Cognis, Corvision, D&Bradstreet, Karin Mundinger, Lucy’s Restaurant, Mack Trucks Canada, Marcon, Media Edge, Michael D’ilario (Chevron), Oakridge Golf Course, Par Fore, Pittney Bowes, Queen Anne’s Lace and Gift Shop, Royal Ashburn Golf Club, Seaton Golf Course, Silver Lakes Golf Course, Smart Laser Graphics, Spa Sadona, Tes, Timber Ridge Golf Club, Truck News, Vandermeers Nursery, Volvo, Web Offset, The Wing Shack (Ajax), Wooden Sticks G. C.

Pencil June 17th, 2008 on your calendar now and join us again next year at Wooden Sticks. See you there!

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