It is with great pleasure that we invite you to join us...
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Breakfast served by Westwood Plateau, Round of Golf, Shared Power Cart, Unlimited Range Balls, Complimentary Lunch, Tee Gift, Hosted Beverage Cart, Fun on Course Activities, Hosted Bar at Dinner and Awards and Dinner Banquet!
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Funds raised this year will be directed towards scholarships and bursaries for children in the Coquitlam area, through arts and culture programs. It's easy to buy a sponsorship package or player entry online; simply go to our Sponsorships page and click under the one you'd like and pay with credit card or contact Jon Kingsbury at 778-772-5599 or email@example.com.
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Get ready for some great golf, fun, prizes and networking on the Plateau!
A BIG THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
We would like to give a warm Thank You to all of our amazing sponsors that have generously helped us put this tournament together.
A BIG THANK YOU TO OUR VOLUNTEER COMMITTEE
Our 23rd Annual Golf Tournament is approaching fast!
Heads up! Sponsor registration deadline for signage is due June 15, 2018
Join us on June 27th, 2018 for our consistently sold out tournament! You will enjoy a spectacular day at one of the most prestigious courses in the Lower Mainland, plus help the Coquitlam Maillardville Heritage Trust Fund. The Trust, established in 1993 fosters, promotes and increases public appreciation of and public interest in, the arts, culture and heritage of the City of Coquitlam.
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Then, Mayor Lou Sekora worked with Ted Rattray of Wastec Management, Robert Mason representing Joe Hussein’s company, Fern Bouvier a citizen heavily involved in arts and culture in Coquitlam, Got together to form Coquitlam – Maillardville Heritage Trust Fund.
The purpose is to Promote and Foster Arts and Culture in the City of Coquitlam.
Past Mayor’s Lou Sekora, Jon Kingsbury and Current Mayor Richard Stewart along with several City Councillors if not the majority of them assisted the Arts and Cultural groups to host the Coquitlam Classic up to and now in our 22nd year.
This is indeed a legacy that has served the Communities Arts and Cultural Programs for Children that need assistance to become involved, that may not have had the opportunity otherwise.
A Huge THANK YOU to all of you who supported our cause over the Past 20 years and hopefully for years to come.
Former Mayor and Tournament Director