The Caribou Brain Injury Society’s Rock of Ages Fundraising Golf Tournament June 8 raised $2,184.
Courtney Mailhot, executive director for the CBIS, said it was a fantastic day of golf.
“It was a great event to hold not only for a fundraiser but a way to create awareness,” she said.
June is brain injury awareness month, so the CBIS hosted the tournament to coincide with it. The tournament featured par-3 winners, a group champion, a mini-golf champion and a ladies’ champion.
Par-3 winners were Gord Rouke in first, Randy Hanson in second, Brandon Phillips in third and Billy McGinnis in fourth.
Peggy Pukacz, Gabe Pukacz and Brad Toop took first place in the group champion event, while Billy McGinnis, Caius Durfeld and Carrie Olson finished in the runner-up spot.
Mini-golf champion was Jacob Helminger, followed by Cody Mack and Angus Paul in second, with Kenzie Gentles taking third.
Closest to the pin was won by Joe Prolago, while James Hegarty made the long putt of the day.
The ladies champion at the CBIS tournament went to Peggy Pukacz.