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11th Annual Charity Golf Classic A Success!

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On Monday, September 15, eighty golfers took to the beautiful links of the Redwoods Golf Course in Langley to raise money for the “Acts of Kindness” ministries of the Aldergrove Adventist Church. Each year this event brings in the resources necessary to fund all of the AOK activities for the following year. It makes it possible for ministries such as Breakfast Club, Single Mom’s Oil Change, Kids to Camp, Minivan Giveaway and Extreme Home Repair to happen.


The day included different contests such as a putting contest and a new “break the window” contest. There were two “hole-in-one” contests. One prize was a brand new Mini Cooper car and the other was a $20,000 prize - $10,000 for AOK and $10,000 for the golfer. (Unfortunately, no one got a lucky shot.) For the second year in a row, there was a “helicopter ball drop” contest where numbered balls were dropped from a helicopter and the closest ball to the hole won the prize – which was a 30-minute helicopter ride & a remote-controlled drone.

The day ended with a wonderful banquet meal, the giving of prizes and a presentation of what AOK is and the difference it makes in our community. After the final appeal was given, the total for the day came in at $40,000! We are so grateful for a God who faithfully provides so we can keep doing Acts of Kindness every year!

Check out for more information about Acts of Kindness Ministries."

By Pastor Dauncey, Associate Pastor, Aldergrove Seventh-day Adventist Church

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