Family holds memorial golf tournament for BC SPCA volunteer

The family of Amiee Parks will host a golf tourament and raise funds for the BC SPCA

Friends and family of Aimee Parks, the 35-year-old killed by her former fiancé in 2014, will once again gather in Kelowna to host a golf tournament in her honour.

For the fourth year in a row, Parks family will raise money for the BC SPCA during the event held at the Michaelbrook Golf Club.

READ MORE: Tournament raises big money for BC SPCA

Parks was an avid volunteer of the Kelowna shelter and often fostered kittens.

Last year the tournament raised $5,000 for the BC SPCA.

Family will come from all over the world to attend the tournament including her home country of England.

READ MORE: Family raises funds for animal lover’s legacy

The Aimee Parks Memorial Golf Tournament will take place April 27 at the Michaelbrook Golf Club.

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