Vast Auto Tournament Raises Another $11,000

Vast Auto Tournament Raises Another $11,000
Vast Auto raised $11,000 at its 2019 Ontario Charity Golf Tournament (Photos: Huw Evans)

On June 26, golfers took to the greens at Nobleton Lakes for the annual Vast Auto Ontario Charity Golf Tournament.

This year, over 100 participants signed up to play at this picturesque course, north of Vaughan, Ont. The Kleen Flo team were the top scorers by the end of the day while Donna Collee was closest to the pin for the ladies, and Brian Banks was closest for the men.

The tournament also saw another $11,000 raised in support of High Fives for Kids, bring total contributions from the tournament to almost $70,000. High Fives for Kids Foundation Chair Ray Proulx, said that since it was established, High Fives for Kids has donated over $200,000 across Canada, providing support for charities helping kids that aren’t able to rely on government grands or subsidies.

“There is a lot of good work being done,” said Proulx and “we want to take this opportunity to recognize founder Ken Coulter for his vision, for the support we receive from AIA Ontario and also from Tony Del Vasto and Vast Auto. Thank you for making this possible.”

This year’s Vast Auto Ontario Charity Golf Tournament raised $11,000.
Over 100 golfers took to the course at Nobleton Lakes.
(L-R) David Robinson, Jason Robinson, Greg Parsons, Matt Meulensteen.
(L-R) Brad Thomas, Daniel Malandruccolo, Andrew Jaikaran, Mike Jaikaran.
(L-R) Pragati Upadhyay, Qaiser Qureshi, Casey Hermanus.
Attendees gather at the dinner reception.
Paul Bradley, Director of Sales, Vast Auto Ontario, served as Emcee.
Ray Proulx, Chair of the High Fives for Kids Foundation, discusses the difference events like this make for kids who need help.
The best score went to the Kleen Flo team, Brian Banks (centre) and Derek Morrison (right), pictured with Vast’s Paul Bradley.
Closest to the pin for ladies went to Donna Collee.
Closest to the pin for men went to Brian Banks.

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