AIA Ontario Golf Tournament Raises $15,000

AIA Ontario Division Chair Joe Mercanti (left) and tournament organizer Andy Murphy present a cheque for $15,000 to the High Fives for Kids Foundation, September 5, 2019. (Photos: Huw Evans)

Sell-out event delivers spectacular results.

On September 5, AIA Canada’s Ontario Division hosted its annual charity golf tournament at Eagle Ridge Golf Club in Halton Hills, Ont.

Amid perfect weather conditions, a total of 144 registered golfers took to the course, all in the name of charity. By the end of the day, a total of $15,000 had been raised in support of the High Fives for Kids Foundation.

Since its inception in 2005 High Fives for Kids has provided both grants and scholarships to support both local and national charities that deliver programs for children and youth.

Out on the course this year, key highlights included a winning team of Brad Coverdale, Darren DeVries, Kyle Little and Luke Ramsey, while Jeff Van de Sande was closest to the line and Ramzi Yako, closest to the pin.

Overall, this sold out tournament proved to be another fantastic day for members of the aftermarket to have fun, network and raise money for an incredibly worthy cause.

Albert Mammarella, Eric Stone, Dan Brewer, Sean Williams
Karl Pelan, Bryan Yetman, Chris Endicott, Scott Lewis
Andrew Connor, Both Worth, Scott Brooks, David Robinson
Juan Diez, Steve Doucette, John McGrane, Jeremy Shecter
Steve Dann, Jeff Hillier, Tyler Cowle, Randy Evoy
Steve Azzopardi, Rob Cathew, Jeff Cunningham
Dawn Taylor, Frank Sandeman, Stephanie MacCrae
Riley Ham, Mike DeAbrue, Scott Luke, Kash Phull
Ken Coulter, David Cochrane, Riccardo Fragnito
Justin Bakhsh, Jamie Pietrasko, Joe Mercanti
Cameron Young, Andy Murphy, Dave Carter, Bill Hay
J-F Champagne, Khal Abu Dagga, Shannon Spano, Dave Fifield
Brad Thomas, Scott Stone, Clare Snow, Scott Rogers
Scott MacKay, Robert Pitt, Bill Klein, Mike Koval
Spencer Alexander, Devin TerMarsch, Kathryn Jones

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