Author: Ken Carter

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SRTCC Annual Golf Tounament

The 11th annual golf tournament for the Standardbred Race Track Chaplaincy of Canada will be held on Wednesday September 12,2018 at Granite Ridge Golf Course. Everything remains the same. Fee for Golfers remains at $150 including lunch and a great meal by Albatross; hole sponsors $150; table sponsors $250; dinner only $50.There will also be a silent auction. For more information contact Chaplain Ken at 519 942 6641 or e-mail chaplainken.carter@gmail.com.

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BARBEQUES FOR SUMMER 2018

Spring is here and summer is right around the corner. It’s just about time to start the barbeques. They will be the same as previous years. There will be burgers, hot dogs and sausages along with soft drinks. We will be going to a number of training centres. If you are interested in hosting or sponsoring one, or are willing to help please give me a call at 519 942 6641. They will be on Wednesdays. If you want to host one on a different day let me know.
Chaplain Ken

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10th Annual Golf Tournament

The 10th annual golf tournament for the SRTCC was held on Sept.13 at Granite Ridge Golf Course. The weather was beautiful, the best we have had over the 10 years. There was 89 golfers and 110 for dinner. Everyone had a great time. A special thanks to everyone who helped to make this event a huge success: those who sponsored holes, who sponsored tables, who donated to the silent auction and who golfed. Thanks to all who volunteered their time during the day. The dinner by Albatross was excellent as usual.

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DONALD “Donnie” MACDONALD passes.

It has been announced that horseman Donnie MacDonald of Iverness, NS, passed away on Sat. Apr.29 surrounded by his family.   He was a member of Stella was 66. He was a member of Sella Maris Parish in Iverness. He was known to many as “The Milkman” and fondly remembered as a fellow horseman. He loved a good joke and great conversation with his many friends around the race track and in the coffee shop. He spent many years in Ontario working in the harness racing industry where he made many friends and was loved by all.

A memorial service will be held at the Brookville Community Hall on Tuesday May 23 at 3pm.