VIDEO: Pacific Coastal Airlines golf tournament helps three B.C. charities

Company has a long history and strong culture of giving

More than 144 golfers took to the tee boxes to help provide much-needed funding during the Pacific Coastal Airlines 26th Annual Memorial Charity Golf Tournament at Mayfair Lakes Golf and Country Club in Richmond on Thursday.

Money raised at the event will go to three B.C. charities: The Source Club in Powell River, Native Education College in Vancouver and Big Brothers and Big Sisters in Prince George.

 

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