Omineca Golf Course. Photo Fiona Maureen

13th annual Vic Midzain Memorial Golf Scramble

Overall low net: Orlanthia Hasburg, Carl Smith, Corrine Unruh, Tiffany Weinhardt.

2nd low net: Jodi Heavoner, Paul Simoes, Andrew Beal, Tara Beal.

3rd low net: James Snow, April Snow, Tammy Peterson, Wes Peterson.

4th low net: Cindy Daly, Dave Oe, Jay Randall, Jody Swett.

5th low net: Scott Abercrombie, Dorothy Abercrombie, Shawn Ziler, Barb Ziler.

6th low net: Norm Avison, Verla Avison, Philip Prince, Becky Morin.

7th low net: Darren Carpenter, Mike Leduc, Jamie Nielson, Jill Park.

8th low net: Steve Little, Steve Silver, Terri Daniel, Ken Lukens.

Ladies long drive: #9 Jodi Heavoner, #12 Marge Brooks.

Mens long drive: #4 Darryn Thomas, #11 Andrew Beal.

Ladies KP: #5 —, #10 Jodi Heavoner.

Mens KP: #5 Mike Makin, #10 Clarence Lowey.

Ball in water: #11 Corrine Unruh, #17 Anna Prestmo.


Omineca Golf Course. Photo Fiona Maureen

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