Multiplex Scramble’s coming, thanks for your support!

Dear Editor, the West Coast Multiplex Society would like to invite all readers to join us September 27th at the Long Beach Golf Course for the West Coast Multiplex Scramble. Everyone is welcome to come out and enjoy the future location of the Multiplex! It is a fun, all skill level, 9-hole Texas scramble plus 18-hole mini-putt tournament. Shotgun start at 1pm. Test your accuracy on the par three 7th hole, if you get a hole in one there is a $10,000 prize. The entry fee of $75.00 per person also includes dinner, silent auction, tournament t-shirt, and prizes, register today at Long Beach Golf Course 250-725-3332. For $45.00 per person join us for dinner and silent auction. All proceeds to the WEST COAST MUTLIPLEX SOCIETY -SHARE THE DREAM! MAKE IT A REALITY! Thank you to our sponsors GI Charles, Creative Salmon, Crystal Cove, Tofino Fish Guides, LA Grocery, Gibson Brothers, Coastal Flagging, Ucluelet Rent It Center, West Isle Construction, Longbeach Golf Course, Stick in the Mud, Jamie’s Rainforest Inn, Coast Realty Group Mieke Dusseldorp, GN Towing, Tofino Coop, Rod’s Power Marine,

Shelter Restaurant, Long Beach Lodge Resort, and The Westerly.

Samantha Hackett

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