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Help Beat the Odds of Dementia!

OUR CAUSE

Nikkei Seniors Health Care and Housing Society is proud to present our 14th annual Charity Golf Tournament + Fundraiser at Riverway Golf Course benefitting dementia-friendly programs at Robert Nimi Nikkei Home.

Pull out the purple and join the fight to Beat the Odds of Dementia! Funds raised will help seniors living with dementia by ensuring we can continue to provide dementia-friendly programs at Nikkei Place and outreach within Burnaby and into Vancouver.

The challenges of aging is an experience that touches everyone’s life — we see it in our grandparents, parents, friends, and one day, ourselves. Now is the time to take action and support programs that can help seniors live well with dementia. With your generosity, we can continue providing tailored programs, and respite for their loving supporters.

In April 2018, Nikkei Seniors Society opened the Kenko Wellness Lounge, offering affordable public programs such as Outfight Parkinson and Cooking Together — programs aimed to delay the progression of dementia.

Thank you to our generous sponsors!

Register Now! Friday, May 31, 2019 at Riverway Golf Course

TOURNAMENT PACKAGES

Event features team awards, tournament prizes, on-course competitions, raffle draws, and silent auction.

INDIVIDUAL

PRICE

$250

INCLUDES
Entry of One Golfer in the Texas Scramble Tournament
Powercart
BBQ Lunch
Buffet-style Banquet Dinner

TEAM OF FOUR GOLFERS

PRICE

$1,000

INCLUDES
Entry of a Foursome in the Texas Scramble Tournament
Powercart
BBQ Lunch
Buffet-style Banquet Dinner

BANQUET ONLY GUEST

PRICE

$100

INCLUDES
Buffet-style Banquet Dinner for One Guest

Event Details

When: Friday, May 31, 2019
Where: Riverway Golf Course — 9001 Bill Fox Way, Burnaby, BC   V5J 5J3
Tournament Format: Texas Scramble

Schedule

Registration + Lunch: 11:00am
Shotgun Start: 1:00pm
Banquet Dinner: 6:00pm* (Approx.)
Silent Auction, Team Awards, Tournament Prizes, and Raffle Draws

*Banquet starts at the conclusion of the tournament. Time subject to change depending on pace of play.

YVONNE SCHALLE IS BACK AS EMCEE!

Meteorologist, Global BC

Born and raised in Burnaby, Yvonne is happy to be back home in BC. Before joining the Global BC team, Yvonne spent more than five years working in both Toronto and Calgary. She has reported on weather all over the country, including in Toronto, at CityNews and The Weather Network.

Off the air, Yvonne enjoys travelling, running, skiing and golfing. She also speaks Cantonese and Swiss German.

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