Last chance to golf for Urgent Care

Golfers and non-golfers alike will band together at Meadowlands Golf Course to help raise money for a new Urgent Care Facility

Bust out your driver and help support the push for Urgent Care.

On Friday, August 12 Golfers and non-golfers alike will band together at Meadowlands Golf Course to help raise money for a new Urgent Care Facility in Sylvan Lake, which has recently has taken massive strides towards becoming a reality.

“Success truly happens when we work together as a community to make a greater impact than what one individual can achieve,” organizer Klaas Van Veller said in a press release for the event. “Thanks to the valuable contributions of people like you stepping up to make the difference, significant progress has been made toward our shared goal of enhanced health care for Sylvan Lake and our surrounding areas.”

The tournament will be a fun tournament which includes 18 holes of golf, a complementary golf cart, refreshments and steak dinner for the cost of $150 per golfer. There will also be raffles, a silent auction, a 50/50 raffle, a golfer gift and other prizes.

“What we can achieve for our community is remarkable, and we hope we can count on your support,” Van Veller said. “We look forward to seeing you at Meadowlands.”

The theme for the second year of this event is from the television show MASH, which was a comedy sit-com set during the Korean War.

According to Van Veller, it is important to Lakers to support this event because “together we will transform the future of healthcare to bring core and boosted medical services where we live, work and play.”

If you would like more information about the event, or would like to register or sponsor the event you can contact Van Veller at (403) 887-3776 or

If you would like to learn more about the Sylvan Lake and area Urgent Care, you can log on to care.

“We look forward to seeing you on Friday, August 12 for a fun day of golfing,” Van Veller added.


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