A golf shirt to say thanks

B.C. Lung Association's Margo Nelson presents Richbar Golf and Garden a thank you shirt

Margo Nelson has been a director for B.C. Lung Association for more than 35 years. In appreciation of the support of Richbar Golf and Gardens sponsoring the Golf Book

Margo Nelson has been a director for B.C. Lung Association for more than 35 years. In appreciation of the support of Richbar Golf and Gardens sponsoring the Golf Book, Margo presents Jean Atkinson with a B.C. Lung golf shirt. The B.C. Lung Association Golf Book has been around for more than 30 years and offers deals and discounts to more than 100 golf clubs in the province and Washington State including Richbar Golf and Gardens. More than $1 million has been raised so far through the Golf Book and the money goes towards funding vital research, education and clean air initiatives.

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