urnament is being held on Saturday, July 7, at March Meadows Golf Course.
This shot-gun start tournament begins at 1 p.m. and is hosted by the Honeymoon Bay Volunteer Fire Department in honour of one of their departed firemen.
The tournament raises money for the scholarship through registration fees collected from golfers participating in the tournament. The award goes to a Honeymoon Bay resident who is planning to attend at least six months of post secondary education.
The tournament is open to anyone and tickets are $40, which includes a steak dinner at the fire hall at 6 p.m. on the same day.
There will also be a 50/50 draw during the dinner.
For more information, call Guy Patten at 250-749-4700.
In the June 27 issue of the Gazette, it was erroneously reported that this scholarship is the same as the one given by the Honeymoon Bay Community Society during Honeymoon Bay Days.