The Childhood Development Centre held its 11th annual charity gold tournament at Lakepoint on Sept. 22. Despite the wind and cold temperature, the tournament had 96 players and brought in $31,400 in donations. It’s the most the CDC has raised with the tournament in years.
“We were really happy with the money we raised and the number of people who came out. Everyone was in a great support and they continue to support what the CDC does,” said Tana Millner, executive director of the CDC.
The money will go towards the centre’s Kids Connect Program, which helps and supports kids diagnosed with autism.
“Lots of the families and companies who played today and support us know a child with autism and are familiar with the cause,” said Millner.
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