Thursday, June 13, 2019 – Sudbury – Collège Boréal
The Collège Boréal Alumni Golf Tournament has become an established tradition.
On Wednesday, June 12, 2019, one hundred or so golfers took to the greens of Sudbury’s Timberwolf Golf Club for the third annual edition of the college’s Alumni Golf Tournament.
The 2019 edition was a success, allowing participants to build relationships between community partners, local employers and young graduates, while fondly reminiscing about their shared experiences – recent or not – as members of the Boréal family.
Swings for studies
The goal of the alumni golf tournament is to raise funds for bursaries that facilitate access to post-secondary education in Ontario. Collège Boréal and the Boréal Foundation believe that the lack of financial resources should never be a barrier to post-secondary studies.
Collège Boréal’s Alumni Association recognizes the role of education as a key factor in the province’s economic development and is committed to supporting students who are determined to successfully complete their education.
In 2018-2019, the Foundation awarded more than 2500 bursaries with a total value of over $1.6 million.
Winners on the podium
Boréal’s Alumni Association congratulates its tournament winners:
First place – Les
Second place – Équipe Goulard
Third place – Équipe Trottier
The Collège Boréal Foundation and the Alumni Association extend their thanks to the tournament’s sponsors:
- Côté Gold
- DELL EMC
- Journal Le Voyageur
- Le Loup FM
- Baker Tilly SNP LLP
- Colonial Inn Catering Services
- TD Assurance
The tournament’s success was also ensured by many organizations and individuals who sponsored holes and donated prizes.
A draw for a DELL portable computer worth approximately $4000 collected $ 1,100 for the Alumni Association’s bursaries program. Congratulations to our winner: Oscar Whalen.
Association is an extension of the unique experience of college years. Through
activities such as our now traditional golf tournament and our community
involvement across the province, the Association promotes the culture of the
Boréal family long after college, in a spirit of service to upcoming
Daniel Giroux, President of Collège Boréal
“In just four years,
Collège Boréal’s Alumni Association has become a key organization in the college
and the community. It has led many initiatives that aim to keep former students
in touch with one another and create new connections between members. The
success of this third golf tournament is proof that the Boréal spirit extends
over time and benefits good causes that are dear to the hearts of its members.”
Nancy Raymond, Director, Development Office