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2023 Fix Network Ontario Golf Tournament: A Great Day Out for a Good Cause

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Fix Network hosted its 2023 Ontario Golf Tournament at the picturesque Glencairn Golf Club, just outside Milton.
Weather conditions were decidedly Scottish! Sunshine, cloud, wind, and a threat of rain which thankfully held off.
Air Cannon, as Cade Butt from Hiller Golf demonstrates, was a popular distraction out on the course!
Jeff Moore, Andrew Neufeld, Michael Falcone, Sylvain Seguin.
David Kitagawa, Rhonda Cochrane, E Mark Lockwood, Kris David.
Scott Spike, Keith Chapman, Pino Chiapetta, Emmanuel Gyebi.
Mike Savage, Steve Gallace, Sebastian Pronovost, John Ogiltree.
Sergio Alberico, Peter Mepham, Paul Abraham, Carole Anne Andrews.
Bruce Carrick, Lane Bailey, James McIntosh, Michel Caron.
Becky Evans, Solutions Specialist at Mitchell International, was on hand to chat with the golfers as they worked their way through the course.
Kirk Caldwell, James Meisner, Jalpesh Brahmbhatt, Joel Cote.
Mike Ferreira, Sevag Hanshian, Steve Sinkarcuk, Chase Leszkowicz
Michael George, Noreen McLaughlin and Fred Daoust, represented Akzo Nobel on the course.
Jeremie Cadieux, Jonathon Pilon, Catie Beckley, Tasha Chong.
Liam Simmons, Robert Blenkarn, Kim Roberts, Helen Walker.
Leslie Henderson, from RMHC addresses the crowd at the dinner reception, following the golf tournament.
Photos Huw Evans

Fix Network hosted its 2023 Regional Golf Tournament in Ontario on June 13.

The picturesque Glencairn Golf Club, located just outside of Milton, was the setting and with its old-world charm, stone walls and bridges it really felt like the teams were playing in Scotland. Even the weather was decidedly Scottish, sunshine and clouds, with modest temperatures and wind. The main thing, however, was that conditions were dry which meant a full day out on the course and all for a good cause!

Fix Network Regional Vice President for Ontario, Amin Youssef, served as emcee, and also announced the winners of this year’s tournament.

When the scores were tallied, the Ladies Longest Drive, presented by Axalta Coating Systems, went to Helen Walker. Meanwhile, the Men’s Longest Drive—presented by Kent Automotive Richard Delamonte, while the Closest to the Pin award, presented by Uni-Select, went to Ryan Beattie.

The overall winning foursome of the event, were the 3M team, consisting, of Steve Gallace, John Ogiltree, Sebastian Pronovost and Mike Savage.

Following the awards, Leslie Henderson, from Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) took to the stage. “What a powerful demonstration from the strength of a network with a family-focused culture,” she stated. “Today we are reminded again of the generosity of the Fix Network, their suppliers, insurance partners, franchisees and everyone else here today.”

Henderson emphasized the critical role that RMHC plays in providing families with a convenient place to stay while their children are in hospital. And she acknowledged that thanks to the efforts of Fix Network, its franchisees, vendors and other key stakeholders, the 14th annual Fix Network Ontario Regional Golf Tournament had raised over $5,400 that day. “Collectively, you all here today have enabled families to stay 32 nights in a Ronald McDonald House.”

 

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