Warriors alumni weekend features hockey and golf

Former and current West Kelowna Warriors will be in town Saturday and Sunday for the second annual alumni golf and hockey weekend.

  • May. 28, 2014 12:00 p.m.

Former and current West Kelowna Warriors will be in town Saturday and Sunday for the second annual alumni golf and hockey weekend.

The Warriors alumni hockey game takes place at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 31 at Royal LePage Place.

Justin Schultz, Max French, Trevor Bailey, Joel Woznikoski, Andy Desautels, Jordan Masters and over 40 other former and current Warriors players will take part in the game.

Admission is $2, plus a donation to the Westside Community Food Bank.

Spectators are invited to stay after for an autograph session with all of the players. Autographed pictures will be provided for free.

The Warriors alumni golf tournament takes place at Two Eagles Golf Course and Academy Sunday, June 1.

For registration information, or to become a sponsor, e-mail Andrew Deans at andrew@westkelownawarriors.ca, or phone 250-215-6304.

The cost of golf is $150 and includes: Lunch, a bucket of balls at the driving range, golf and cart, a steak dinner, as well as prizes.

The alumni weekend is in support of local charities and organizations in West Kelowna, including West Kelowna Minor Hockey, West Kelowna KidSport, Westside Community Food Bank and Warriors Alumni Fund.

 

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