Father Joseph Vadassery, tournament chairman Joseph Duenas and Deacon Gem Mella of the organizing 2nd Corpus Christi Charity Golf Tournament committee thanked Quality Sleep Care (QSC) for helping as one of the sponsors.
The tournament was held June 23 at the Leduc Golf Club with more than 80 players in attendance. Other members of the organizing committee were Geno Mudry, Melvin Lirag, Ardie Korte and Wayne Johnson.
Quality Sleep Care, a clinic that helps Albertans with sleeping disorders and known for its “Sleep Assure Program”, was founded in 2014 by Kris Salumbides and Jesse Tallon who later on were joined by Jacob Christian as one of the directors.
Max’s Restaurant, The Honda Club, Utilitek Solutions, Leduc Golf Club, Investors Group, Wingate by Wyndham Nisku, Holiday Inn Express Sherwood Park, Servus Credit Union, Butler Plumbing Heating and Gasfitting Ltd., Crosstown Auto Centre, Connelly-McKinley Limited, Basement Pro Ltd., Grelanie Homes Ltd., Knights of Columbus (Fr. Bonner Council 7599, St. Peter Council 7070, Archbishop Macdonald Council 6083, Fr.Leduc Council 7061, Edmonton Council 1184, Nazareno Council 12904, Fr.Michael Troy Council 15290), KofC Ferdie Mendita, Century 21 All Star Realty, Telsco Security, Wayne&Celine Johnson also supported the event that raised money for the Corpus Christi Parish Building Fund.
Congratulations to the team of Tito Johnny Serrano of Summerside Grill for ruling this year’s golfest.
Here’s the funny thing. I brought my wife Marj and sister-in-law Rosemary to the Summerside Grill for a buffet meal and had a chit chat with the owner, Tita Lix, Tito Johnny’s loving wife. We talked about the golf tournament and Tita Lix was just wishing that her husband will have a great time golfing and said “sana mag champion din sila ‘to”. Naging champion nga! Hahahaha.
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Congratulations to the Changes for Hope team for winning the two-day Crosstown Auto Centre-Edson Inter-Town Basketball League last month in Edson.
PSA Edmonton finished second and ATB Financial Edson took the third spot.
Bryan Marqueses emerged as MVP with Jass Janghesa, RJ Libera, Virzon Orquez, Brian Leyte and Christian Liwanag voted members of the mythical five.
Thank you Kuya Joe Medina, Crosstown Auto Dealer Principal, through manager Chester Tiongson for seeing to the transportation needs of the Philippine Sports Association(PSA) Edmonton and Crosstown Auto Centre squads. We had a nice ride onboard a brand new 2018 Dodge Caravan.
Additional thanks to Dodo de Guzman of United Express Cargo Forwarders for driving us to and from Edmonton.
To our chefs Alex Galang and Joe Simon and the rest of the fans, the Edson organizing committee headed by Rodel Gravides, thank you!
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PSA president Gary Perpetua said that Crosstown Auto is backing a Basketball Camp for 15 years old and under basketeers from August 18-19 and PSA is also scheduled to join an Inter-City league from September 1-3 in Calgary.
Hopefully, this time it’s going to be a complete news coverage team, DJ Rolan Latorre of World FM 101.7, Dodo (thanks ‘do! for singing my wife’s fave “Ikaw” during the Dabawenyo fund-raising event at the Yellowhead Casino) and editor Lito Velasco. What about Philippine Media Association of Alberta president Nicky Gocuan?
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The Black Team won this year’s Gracepoint Church Basketball League, according to Kuya Paul Roque.
White Team placed second while Red Team landed at third spot.
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Again, we are encouraging members of the Filipino sports community to keep us posted. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Maraming salamat po!