Habitat For Humanity receives $15,000 from Mountain View Credit Union Charity Golf Classic | DrumhellerMail
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Habitat For Humanity receives $15,000 from Mountain View Credit Union Charity Golf Classic

    Mountain View Credit Union proudly presented a $15,000 cheque to Habitat for Humanity Mountain View. The funds were raised through the generous support of sponsors and golfers at the Credit Union’s 1st Annual Charity Golf Classic held on July 7, 2011 at Coyote Creek Golf Resort near Sundre.

    In all, 96 golfers enjoyed a beautiful day to help Mountain View Credit Union raise money for this very worthwhile organization.
    “This event was a great display of how business partnership with a not-for-profit organization can achieve a goal that will positively impact Central Alberta,” said Jim Stone, member of the Board of Directors for Habitat, who was in attendance to receive the cheque. “Habitat has such strong support in our communities, and we appreciate the many ways which local businesses, like the credit union, make our projects possible.”
    “We are very pleased that the funds raised at this year’s tournament will go towards building Habitat’s next home in Carstairs in 2012,” added President and CEO, Bob Marshall. “Mountain View Credit Union has been proud to support Habitat for several years, and to see the positive difference that they can make to local individual families, and to our communities overall.
    “A big thank you goes to all the sponsors, golfers and volunteers who helped make the 2011 Mountain View Credit Union Charity Golf Classic a success,” said Marshall.
    Mountain View Credit Union is looking forward to hosting our Charity Golf Classic each year, to enjoy a great day of golf while raising money for our local organizations.

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