Mission Community Services Society and the 2018 Mission Christmas Bureau are hosting the inaugural Christmas Bureau – Wish Campaign Golf Tournament. / Thinkstock Photo

Golf tournament supports 2018 Christmas Bureau

Mission Golf and Country Club hosting the fundraiser on May 25

Mission Community Services Society and the 2018 Mission Christmas Bureau are hosting the inaugural Christmas Bureau – Wish Campaign Golf Tournament.

The fundraising event is set for Friday, May 25 at Mission Golf and Country Club. The event, a shot gun Texas Scramble, begins at 2 p.m.

“We not only canvas to support our community in need at Christmas time with food hampers and toys, we make year round efforts to support our community in need through our emergency food centre – Missions Kitchens,” explained Mika Brosseau, fundraising lead for the Christmas Bureau.

“ With assistance only available once per month through our provincial food bank, our emergency food centre – Missions Kitchens is available to our community in need twice per month for top ups and is solely funded by donations.”

The golf tournament will raise funds to help those who need it most.

Registration for the event is $85 and includes nine holes of golf and a banquet. There will also be a silent auction, golf prizes, putting contest, 50/50 draw and more.

For tickets and information call 604-365-0311.

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