UXBRIDGE, Ont. — The inaugural Truck News/Chevron Charity Golf Tournament was a huge success.
The event, held at Wooden Sticks Golf Club in Uxbridge on June 5, raised more than $7,000 for the Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness. This charity 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.
A good day was had by all. In addition to their round of golf, participants helped raise money by competing in a putting contest and a beat the pro contest. A raffle and silent auction added to the fun and fund-raising.
Truck News and Chevron Global Lubricants would like to, again, thank all of the sponsors, prize donors and participants who made the event possible.
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