Grand Council Treaty #3 Fundraiser for Youth Education Bursaries

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Championship Winners: Bert Landon Team
Championship Winners: Bert Landon Team
Championship Winners: Bert Landon Team
Championship Winners: Bert Landon Team

KENORA – On July 13, 2018, Grand Council Treaty #3 hosted their 8th Annual Golf Tournament at Couchiching First Nation’s Heron Landing Golf Course. The tournament was a 4-person scramble with 38 teams successfully registered. The tournament offered the potential to win $25,000 cash for a hole-in-one on #6, as well as prize money for the longest drive, closest to the centre line, skins and cp’s. Congratulations to this year’s winning teams!

The financial support received through Grand Council’s Annual Golf Tournament and raffle fundraising directly contributes to the bursary fund that is given to secondary students from a Treaty #3 community that attends a High School within Treaty #3 Territory.

Through your generous support, the following students received Grand Council Treaty #3 Most Improved Student Bursary for the 2017-2018 Academic Year:

James Joseph, Bai Bom Beh Anishinabe School;
Elycia Skeid, Beaver Brae Secondary School;
Autumn Wind Sandy, Onigaming Mikinaak School;
Olivia Ashopenace, Sakatcheway Anishinabe School;
Mariah Louzon, Rainy River High School;
Julia Lindsay, St. Thomas Aquinas High School;
Kyle Walton, Zhingwako Zaiganing Public School;
Destiny Derouin, Dryden High School;
Daryl Menson, Fort Frances High School;
Jonathon Bacon, Red Lake High School;
Kirk Keesic-Bearman, Queen Elizabeth District High School;
Jayde Kent, Mizhakiiwetung Memorial School; and
Kiizhiik Gakedaasowin School.

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the following sponsors that provided donations towards the Grand Council Treaty #3 Annual Golf Tournament:

Best Western – Dryden;
Clarion Hotel & Suites – Winnipeg;
Days Inn – Kenora;
Fortune Bay Resort & Casino;
Heron Landing Golf Course;
Wilson’s Business Solutions – Fort Frances;
Lake of the Woods Brewing Company;
Meyers Norris Penny (MNP);
Super 8 Hotel – Kenora;
Sunset Country Ford – Fort Frances;
Sandman Hotel & Suites – Winnipeg;
West End Motors – Fort Frances;
Auto Winnipeg;
Kaakewaaseya Justice Services;
Domino’s Pizza;
Boston Pizza;
Pizza Hut;
Treaty #3 Police Service;
WNHAC – Kenora;
Donny B – Kenora;
Clarion Lakeside Inn – Kenora;
Degagne Motors – Kenora;
Travelodge Hotel – Kenora;
Tim Hortons – Norman; GolGolden Eagle Bingo Hall;
NeChee Friendship Centre;
Stylush Salon – Fort Frances; and
Rusty Meyers Flying Service – Fort Frances.

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