4th Annual Royal LePage Broker/Owner Fishing Derby another great success

Royal LePage broker/owners and managers from the west coast gathered at Painter’s Lodge in Campbell River, BC for their fourth annual salmon derby, held in support of the company’s charity, the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation.

Ian Mackay, managing broker at Royal LePage Parksville-Qualicum Beach Realty, had the winning catch, bringing in a 32lb salmon.

“We had a spectacular event and are proud to have raised $3,000 for a very important cause,” said Jim Morris, event organizer and Royal LePage manager of network development in Western Canada. “Everyone is already looking forward to next year’s derby, scheduled for August 17-19, 2017.”

The Royal LePage Shelter Foundation is Canada’s largest public foundation dedicated exclusively to funding women’s shelters and domestic violence prevention and education programs. Since 1998, more than $22 million has been raised though the generosity of Royal LePage professionals from coast to coast.

 

Royal LePage Owners and Brokers from Saskatchewan, Alberta and BC, from L-R: Carmen Cartier, Gary Gray, Tom Shearer. Debbie Morris, Jim Morris, Warren Behan, Lou Doderai, Mike Duggleby, Bryan Watkins, Stephen Grant, Ian Mackay, Ron Pfeifer. Missing: Gregg Hart.

Royal LePage Owners and Brokers from Saskatchewan, Alberta and BC, from L-R: Carmen Cartier, Gary Gray, Tom Shearer. Debbie Morris, Jim Morris, Warren Behan, Lou Doderai, Mike Duggleby, Bryan Watkins, Stephen Grant, Ian Mackay, Ron Pfeifer. Missing: Gregg Hart.

 

L to R: Jim Morris (Royal LePage manager of network development) with Gary Gray, Mike Duggleby, Tom Shearer and Warren Behan, Royal LePage broker/owners and managers from BC

L to R: Jim Morris (Royal LePage manager of network development) with Gary Gray, Mike Duggleby, Tom Shearer and Warren Behan, Royal LePage broker/owners and managers from BC

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