WISHING YOU AND YOURS THE VERY BEST AND SAFE 2022.
WE ARE BUSY ARRANGING TOURNAMENTS FOR 2022 SO CHECK
BACK FROM TIME TO TIME TO SEE THE TOURNAMENT LISTS.
At the Zone’s Annual General Meeting, the 2021 JUNIOR GIRLS PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD was announced. This year’s award was presented by Jan Pelton, Junior Chair, to CHELSEA TROUNG
Chelsea’s year was exceptional with a number of wins…the Zone Junior Championship, CJGA (Fort Langley), First; CJGA (Swan-e-Set) First; Uplands Junior and Women’s Champion, Victoria Golf Club, Women’s Championship (lost in playoff for first); Junior Champion, Victoria Golf Club, and numerous other solid finishes at the BCs and Canadian juniors. Chelsea’s interests go beyond golf to basketball, snowboarding, badminton and guitar. She is also a volunteer in the community, mentoring the Little Vikes Program, coached EMJS Basketball team and Cops for Cancer. A special young lady who will go far, not just in golf, but in whatever she chooses as a future career.
Congratulations from all the members of Zone 5.
The Zone 5 Ladies met on October 25th for the Annual General Meeting and the Presentation of Awards.
Another Provincial Award came the Zone’s way with Teresa Salmon, Bear Mountain GC, not only winning the Zone Pin Round Competition, but took home the Provincial plate. Nancy Sermons, Bear Mountain Captain, made the presentation.
The Dorothy Olive Franklin Award was presented to Nancy Taylor, Highland Pacific Golf Club. Shelley Sanders, Captain, presented the award to Nancy.
VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION AWARD:
This year the VRA was presented to Shelley Sanders of Highland Pacific Golf Club. Shelley started from scratch to organize the ladies division at Highland Pacific into a successful and fun group that it is today. This is Shelley’s last year as Captain, but we look forward to seeing her expertise displayed in other areas of the Zone.
Two ladies we will miss from the Zone Meetings and activities are Jan Pelton and Shirley Sarens. Jan and Shirley step down from their duties as Junior Chair and Publicity Chair, respectively. Jan has been on the Zone Committee since 2016, first as Publicity Chair and then in 2019 moving to guide the junior girls. Shirley replaced Jan as Publicity Chair and brought new an innovative ideas to the position with spirited Newsletters and TV exposure for the junior girls. Our grateful thanks to you both!
Carol Thompson presents bouquets to Jan & Shirley
Congratulations to everyone and we look forward to a most successful and rewarding 2022.
The prize for best costume went to the “SPICE GIRLS” who appear to have had a bit of a problem getting dressed that morning. Can you guess what was tucked in the bras???? You guess it!!……Spices, of course.
Carol Thompson, Wendy Swonnell, Gill Hawkins & Alison Farquhar