Royal LePage Premier Real Estate charity golf tournament raises $19,500 for local shelter

Royal LePage Premier Real Estate in St. Albert, AB hosted their third annual charity golf classic on June 5, raising $19,500 in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation. 118 golfers came out for a beautiful day on the links at Sandpiper Golf Club, followed by a dinner and a silent auction. 100 per cent of funds raised will stay locally in support of the Stop Abuse in Families (SAIF) Society.

Thanks to the creativity of the organizers and the generosity of sponsors, golfers were treated to fun, food and contests at a variety of holes, including a game of beach volleyball, margaritas and ribs, and a hole-in-one contest to win a car and an ATV.

“I’m so thankful for the hardworking and dedicated agents and administrative staff in our office and for the support of our Royal LePage community, supporters and volunteers,” said Royal LePage Premier Real Estate broker/owner Shirley Williams. “Together we made this year’s event our largest and most successful yet!”

Pictured left to right: Nick Munter, Kristin Pierce (Royal LePage Premier Real Estate), Marc Strafford, Shirley Williams (Broker/Owner, Royal LePage Premier Real Estate), Dustin Haun, Adam Doyle (Broker Owner, Royal LePage Stalco Realty), and Amy Berg (Royal LePage Premier Real Estate).

Pictured left to right: Nick Munter, Kristin Pierce (Royal LePage Premier Real Estate), Marc Strafford, Shirley Williams (Broker/Owner, Royal LePage Premier Real Estate), Dustin Haun, Adam Doyle (Broker Owner, Royal LePage Stalco Realty), and Amy Berg (Royal LePage Premier Real Estate).

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