West Fraser employees take a well-deserved break during the annual Pete Ketcham Memorial Golf Tournament. Pictured are a number of West Fraser golfers, including Hank Ketcham, Board Chair (back row, second from the right). (Contributed photo)

West Fraser employees take a well-deserved break during the annual Pete Ketcham Memorial Golf Tournament. Pictured are a number of West Fraser golfers, including Hank Ketcham, Board Chair (back row, second from the right). (Contributed photo)

West Fraser supports Quesnel Community Foundation in annual golf tournament

The Pete Ketcham Memorial Golf Tournament raised $3,200

Forestry workers were recently at the Quesnel Golf Course swinging for a good cause after a two-year pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Pete Ketcham Memorial Golf Tournament was held on Saturday, June 25, with 120 West Fraser employees taking part.

“It is an annual tournament; however it was not held in 2020 or 2021, so we were excited to see it resume again in 2022,” said West Fraser corporate spokesperson Joyce Wagenaar.

Employees raised $3,200 for the Quesnel Community Foundation through prize draws and raffles.

Pete Ketcham was one of the three Ketcham brothers who together founded West Fraser over 65 years ago.

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