Allan Vickers hits a chip shot while teammate Brandon Phillips looks on during the Caribou Brain Injury Society Golf Tournament Saturday.

Allan Vickers hits a chip shot while teammate Brandon Phillips looks on during the Caribou Brain Injury Society Golf Tournament Saturday.

Caribou Brain Injury Society raises $1,331 at tournament

The Third Annual Caribou Brain Injury Society Golf Tournament at Bell-E-Acres June 13 raised $1,331.50 for the local organization.

The Third Annual Caribou Brain Injury Society Golf Tournament at Bell-E-Acres June 13 raised $1,331.50 for the local organization.

Courtney Mailhot, executive director with the CBIS, said the tournament, held to coincide with Brain Injury Awareness Month, was a huge success.

“We raised $1,3331.50 [but] our goal was $2,500 so, unfortunately, we are still in need of funds,” Mailhot said, noting all of the money raised will stay in the community.

The winner of the tournament was Jody Palmantier, followed by Gabe Pukacz in second place.

In the ladies division Peggi Pukacz fired the winning round.

Mini-golf champions were Kolbi Seterengen and Angus Paul.

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