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Fun-filled afternoon at annual Gideon Golf Tournament

About 90 golfers including six pastors teed off at the fifth annual Central Alberta Gideon Golf Tournament Aug. 20.


About 90 golfers including six pastors teed off at the fifth annual Central Alberta Gideon Golf Tournament Aug. 20.

The rain held off, and a fun-filled afternoon for golfers was held at Meadowlands Golf Club.

More than $40,000 was raised at this year’s event. That will go toward Bibles for Grads and Bibles for Haiti.

The tournament, now in its fifth year, has raised more than $125,000 for Bibles for the Nations as well as Bibles for Grads.

Many participants commented on how Sylvan Lake is a wonderful location for the event.

The sixth annual event is scheduled to take place at Meadowlands on Aug. 19, 2015. For more information, visit, or contact Steve Rowe at 403-896-9915, or Ray Merkus at 403-782-1490.


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