Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 29 Sep 2006, p. 27

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Wayne McDonald of the Halton Hills Chapter of the Spinal Cord Society gave golfer Samantha Halliday a few pointers as she practised on the green at North Halton Golf Course during the recent golf tournament in aid of the Spinal Cord Society. A total of 134 golfers took part in the tournament. Photo by Ted Brown

Right photo, Greg Hall showed his great form at the Community Living North Halton golf tournament at Eagle Ridge Golf Course recently. While CLNH members gathered later to honour special guest Walter Gretzky. Back row (from left) Father Mark Curtis, B.J. Ryan, Ryan Twiss, Walter Gretzky, Yvonne Spicer, Ray Forde. In front, Connie Connelly, Patti Forde, Bonnie Downey. Top photo submitted, right photo, Ted Brown

Kim Auty showed her great golfing form recently under the watchful eyes of (from left) Kevin Wood, John Duncan and Tony Pingitore of Zio's Restaurant in Georgetown, as they took part in the second annual Zio's Restaurant Golf Tourney at Calerin Golf Course. The tournament raised a total of $3,200 in aid of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, including $320 raised during the restaurant's dessert donation campaign in May. Photo by Ted Brown

Following the annual William McNally Golf Classic, McNally family members met with Georgetown Hospital Foundation members to present a cheque for $35,000. On hand at North Halton Golf Club were (from left) Georgetown Hospital Foundation executive director KC Carruthers, Georgetown Hospital COO Cindy McDonell, David McNally, Jennifer McNally, John McNally, North Halton Golf Course general manger Trevor Noonan and Floria McNally. Photo by Ted Brown

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