RBC Royal Bank Proudly Presents
To see the Fred Bragnalo Memorial Golf Challenge Leaderboard click here!
Since 1988 the Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame has hosted an annual golf tournament to raise funds to help operate our sports heritage facility and provide educational and community programming. Due to restrictions around COVID-19, we are going to change things up a bit. Instead of having people gather in a large group, we are asking our supporters to take on the 2020 Fred Bragnalo Memorial Golf Challenge proudly presented by RBC.
Congratulations to our Golf Challenge participant random prize draw winners:
Liam Nugent - $250 Grand Prize
Pat Szturm - Tomlin Hot Sauce & ProV1 Golf Sleeve
Sheelagh Hendrick - Keg $25 Gift Certificate
Jack Pineau - Tomlin Hot Sauce & ProV1 Golf Sleeve
Lana Warren - The Sal $25 Gift Certificate
Doug Adams - Tomlin Hot Sauce & ProV1 Golf Sleeve
Cathy Hovi - Keg $25 Gift Certificate
Peter Rzeszut - The Sal $25 Gift Certificate
Deanna Black - Tomlin Hot Sauce & ProV1 Golf Sleeve
Jim Pineau - Mug & Camp Fire Sparkles & Tomlin Hot Sauce
Brian Honeysett - Ultimate $25 Restaurant Gift Certificate
Rick Bragnalo – Fort William Golf & Country Club - 18 Hole certificate
Ray Zuliani – Fort William Golf & Country Club - 18 Hole certificate
Thank you to our Golf Challenge Sponsors!
Presenting: RBC Royal Bank
Lorraine & Norm Bevilacqua
Mary-Ann & Dennis Bortolon
The Bragnalo Family
Doug Colbon Golf Team
Carole & Tom Deacon ('87)
Sharon and Brian Mallon ('13)
Betty & Ken Oldale
Linda & Bill (‘14) Salonen
Janice & Murray Wing ('87)
Anne & Ray Zuliani
Len Carr Electric Ltd.
IG Wealth Management, Patrick Szturm CFP RRC
ServiceMaster of Thunder Bay
In Memory of:
Henry Akervall ('88)
Lorne Allard ('84)
Fred Bragnalo ('10)
Ray Cousineau (‘98)
Here are just some of the people who took on the Fred Bragnalo Memorial Golf Challenge this summer. Thanks to everyone who participated in the Challenge, Online Auction, and 50/50 Draw. With the support of our participants, donors, and sponsors we raised over $9,000 through these redesigned fundraising initiatives which will help us to continue to preserve and honour the sporting heritage of Northwestern Ontario.