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Minto accepting applications for golf tournament proceeds

MINTO - The 8th annual Mayor’s Charity Golf Tournament will be held on Aug. 9 at Pike Lake Golf Centre.

Organizers recently announced the process to apply for a share of the proceeds is now open and will close on April 9.

The committee is looking for applications from non-profit organizations within the Town of Minto that fit into one of three categories; community betterment, service club or sports club.

Over the past seven years, the Mayor’s Charity Golf Tournament has raised $72,000 and has assisted over 25 local community groups with financial expenses or events in the community.

Last year three youth organizations benefited from the proceeds. Previous funds have been used to beautify local downtown areas, purchase new sports equipment, fundraise for a refugee family and help a Boy Scout attend the 2017 Canadian Jamboree.

“We look forward to supporting and assisting our local groups again this year,” organizers state.

For more information about the tournament, or to obtain an application form to apply for the proceeds, call 519-338-2511, visit or email

March 2, 2018


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