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Teeing off in memory of Justin Arnold

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Jun 25, 2014 - 10:10 AM |
The second annual Arnie's Tourney golf tournament tees off July 25 at Timberwolf Golf Course.

The second annual Arnie's Tourney golf tournament tees off July 25 at Timberwolf Golf Course.

The second annual Arnie's Tourney golf tournament tees off July 25 at Timberwolf Golf Course.

Tournament proceeds will support the Justin Arnold Memorial Scholarship at Laurentian University. The scholarship was created in memory of Justin Arnold, a true team player and sports enthusiast who enjoyed the social and competitive aspects of golf, said a news release from event organizers. An active member of the commerce program at Laurentian University, he also aspired to one day own his own business.

“The scholarship is a great opportunity to honour commerce students who display creativity, a sense of entrepreneurship and a strong desire to succeed,” said Marissa Arnold, sister and tournament co-ordinator. “Plus, the tournament is the perfect way for our family, friends and members of the community to come together to honour my brother. He would be so proud.”

The tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 11:30 a.m., followed by a reception on the 19th hole, which will include a steak dinner, awards presentation and auction.

The deadline to purchase tickets is Friday, July 11, 2014. Tickets can be purchased by calling 705-618-2474 or email [email protected].

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