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Competitors at the Women’s Mid-Island Amateur Golf Tournament will have a chance to win a 2011 Chevy Cruze if they’re the first to sink a hole-in-one on the 13th hole during the annual tourney June 4-5 at the Nanaimo Golf Club. Helping to promote this year’s tournament are Ash Chadha, Nanaimo Golf Club general manager, left; Dana Smiley, sponsorship chairwoman; Tammy Galvin, Laird Wheaton GM and Charlene Jamieson, tournament chairwoman. Look for more coverage of the event in an upcoming News Bulletin sports section. - NEWS BULLETIN photo
Competitors at the Women’s Mid-Island Amateur Golf Tournament will have a chance to win a 2011 Chevy Cruze if they’re the first to sink a hole-in-one on the 13th hole during the annual tourney June 4-5 at the Nanaimo Golf Club. Helping to promote this year’s tournament are Ash Chadha, Nanaimo Golf Club general manager, left; Dana Smiley, sponsorship chairwoman; Tammy Galvin, Laird Wheaton GM and Charlene Jamieson, tournament chairwoman. Look for more coverage of the event in an upcoming News Bulletin sports section.
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