Sports News Archives for 2019-10

Mustangs Snap Bombers Winning Streak


The Melfort Mustangs made their first visit to the Whitney Forum this season and looked impressive in a solid 4 to 1 win over the Flin Flon Bombers last night.


Things started well for the Maroon and White who got on the board early when Brandon Cianflone got his own rebound and buried his 7th of the season to open the scoring at 5:22 into the opening period.


Little did we know that would be the only puck to beat Melfort starting goalie Tanner Martin who was perfect the rest of the way making 17 saves.


Not to take anything away from him but I didn't think the Bombers really tested him and only mustered 3 shots in the third period, including 2 in the final 30 seconds.


Jacob Delorme was much more busy stopping 37 out of 41 and definately was Flin Flon's best player with a number of big stops.


A tremendous glove save off of Ben Tkachuk in the first period is one that really jumped out at me.


After the Cianflone goal, the Mustangs responded with goals from Deklan Whillans and the eventual game winner from Ryley Lanthier to take a 2 to 1 lead after one.


No goals in the second but the Mustangs would get a couple of insurance goals from Greg Parker and Christian Albertson in the third to take the contest 4 to 1.


Melfort's defense is outstanding and totally shut down the high potent offense from the Bombers,  not allowing a lot of quality chances or shots in tight to the net and reclaimed top spot in the Sherwood Division.


Heading into last night's game the Bombers were looking good with 5 straight wins and a perfect 3-0 road trip from the weekend out scoring the opposition 17 to 6. It just didn't seem to be their night.


After last night's win Melfort is first at 12-4-2-1 and have only one regulation loss since the opening weekend.


Flin Flon will slip to second at 12-4-2 and still have a game in hand on the Mustangs.


These two teams will complete the home and home Thursday in Melfort with the game set to go at 8:30 MB time.


We will have the broadcast on 102.9 CFAR and starting with the Great North GM Coach's Show at 8:10.


Hot Stove Curling

The Uptown Curling Club is once again hosting Hot Stove Curling for both  men and ladies week day afternoons.


The men will curl Monday and Wednesday at 1 and the ladies Tuesday and Thursday at 1.


If you are interested in becoming a spare and finding out more about the league you can contact Don Melien at 204-687- 6777.


Feel free to stop by and check out the new renovations at the modernized lounge.

Queens Lose In Final

The Hapnot Kings and Queens JV Volleyball teams were in Steinbach over the weekend and both teams are turning eyes down south.


The Queens were very impressive in wins over Morris, Warren and St. Norbert, The Queens would also beat Warren for a second time in the semi's.


Hapnot would get the number one seed from Steinbach Christian and lost the final 25 to 22 and 25 to 12, to finish second.


The Kings beat Morris and lost to Calvin Christian and ended up playing the Steinbach Sabres for third dropping that game to finish fourth overall.


Both teams will now put their focus on Zones which will  be taking place in the Pas in two weeks.

Kodiaks Season Comes To An End

 It was a great effort and great season for the Creighton Kodiak 6 man football team which saw their season come to an end after a 41 to 17 defeat at the hands of the Birch Hills Marauders this past Saturday.


Creighton earned the right to host the Saskatchewan Provincial Quarter Final after winning the Ralph Pilz Trophy in Prince Albert just a few days before.


The Creighton Field was buzzing with well over 300 spectators in attendance.


Creighton started well with Blake Alexander kicking a 70 yard single and he  followed that up with a 30 yard strike to Austin McLean.


The Kodiaks were also able to convert the two point convert and trailed 14 to 9 at the half.


Creighton came out with lots of emotion to start the third quarter and after Aidan Collard ran back a kick-off over 70 yards to the Marauder 5 yard line, Evan Madarash ran in for the touch down.


With the score 20 to 17 in favour of the Marauders early in the fourth quarter, Creighton struggled to move the ball with penalties and a couple of turn overs on downs.


Birch Hills took advantage of good field position and punched in a couple of late td's to put the game out of reach.


Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk had this to say after the game. " Over all I am happy, we had a good season. I am also a little disappointed for they boys who worked so hard this week and played so hard. At the end of the day football can be a cruel sport some times and it came down to a couple of plays and they made them and unfortunately we didn't."


The Kodiaks want to thank everybody for their great support this past season and appreciate the great fans and sponsors for making it a season to remember.



Bombers Win 5th Straight

The Flin Flon Bombers capped a perfect road trip with a hard fought 3 to 2 win in Kindersley on Saturday night.


I knew Kindersley would come out with a lot better effort after being embarrassed 9 to 2 the night before.


It was a good start for the Bombers who once again scored the first two goals of the game. The red hot Mason Kaspick opened up the scoring on a partial break away when he snapped a low shot glove side on Matthew Pesenti.


This was Kaspick's third goal in the last two games and he was a goal post away from getting a hat-trick the night before.


Donavan Houle would score early in the second on the power play for his league leading 17th of the season.


With Flin Flon out front 2 to 0, Kindersley would press late in the second and got rewarded with a couple of goals from Austin Nault and Caden Benson to tie it up at 2 after 2.


A good start for Flin Flon in the third as they limited the Kindersley scoring chances and got the eventual game winnner from Reid Robertson.


Billy Klymchuk fed him a nice pass from behind the net and Robertson was there to bury his 4th of the year.


This was all the offense the Bombers would need as Jacob Delorme did the rest stopping 30 out of 32 shots including all 7 in the third period.


Klipper starting goalie Matthew Pesenti was nothing short of outstanding and was the reason his team was able to stay in the game.


Flin Flon peppered him early and often and he stopped 39 out of 42 including 20 saves alone in the first period.


What a road trip for the Bombers who take all three games and have now won 5 in a row and sit first in the Sherwood Division at 12-3-2, good for 26 points.


That is one up on Melfort who the Bombers will play in a home and home this week. The Mustangs are here on Tuesday and Flin Flon will travel there on Thursday.


Specialty teams continue to be the very best in the league with the Bomber power play number one at 33 %. Flin Flon scored 6 power play goals alone in the win on Friday.


Their penalty kill is also number one at 88 %.


Flin Flon also continues to score a lot and are second overall with 55, with Battleford the only team to find the back of the net more often this season.


We will not be broadcasting tomorrow's game at the Whitney Forum but will have the broadcast from Melfort on Thursday including the Great North GM Coach's Show at 8:10, MB time.

Bombers Hit The Road For Three

After a 4 day break the Flin Flon Bombers will hit the road for three including a stop in Humboldt tomorrow for a meeting with the Broncos.


Humboldt has already beaten the Bombers twice this season including a stunning 3 to 2 win two weeks ago at the Elgar Peterson Arena.


Flin Flon looked poised to pick up the victory with a 2 to 1 lead and just under two minutes remaining in regulation.


Connor Nolan would tie it with 1:36 remaing in regulation, then right off the next face off, Braiden Koran would take advantage of a Bomber miscue to bury the winner and steal the win.


This was one of those games where you just shake your head in disbelief as Flin Flon played so well but didn't get rewarded.


The Bombers continue to play well and are coming off a impressive weekend where they rolled over Melville out scoring them 11 to 3.


The nice thing is they are starting to get some secondary scoring and don't have to rely on the number one line so much. Easton Haygarth has 8 points in his last 4 games while his brother Chase is coming off a 3 point performance from Saturday.


Brandon Cianflone is also coming into his own with points in 8 of the last 10 games.


Goaltending continues to be solid with starter Jacob Delorme only losing once in regulation all season and the new addition Matt Sankner looks very good with a record of 2-1-1 and a sizzling save % of .935.


I think Humboldt is one of the most under rated teams in the league at 8-4-1-1. Head Coach Scott Barney has done a great job assembling a very quick skating team who are not fun to play against.


They are second in the Global Ag Risk Solution Division behind the front running Battleford Stars.


Flin Flon continues to battle for first in the Sherwood at 9-3-2, 3 points behind front running Melfort with two games in hand.


No matter what go's down you will have the best seat in the house with all three games of this road trip broadcast on 102.9 CFAR and


After Thursday's game in Humboldt, the Bombers travel to Kindersley for two. We hit the air all three nights at 8:10 MB time.


Senior Girls Off To Carrot River

The Senior Creighton Kodiak Girls are off to Carrot River this weekend. They will be in a pool with Carrot River, Hudson Bay and Nipawin.


All the games will take place Saturday with the Kodiaks playing Carrot River to start things off at 9 am.


Playoffs will start at 2:20 with the Consolation Final at 4:20 and the Championship Final at 5:20.

Creighton Will Host Birch Hills

Fresh off one of the biggest wins in Creighton Kodiak Football history, the Kodiaks will host a SHSAA Quarter Final Playoff game this Saturday.


The Kodiaks will welcome the Birch Hills Marauders to town for a 3pm kick off at the Creighton Field.


Creighton gets the right to host the game after an exciting thriller over Cumberland House, 46 to 38 to claim the Ralph Pilz Trophy this past Saturday.


Birch Hills got by Wakaw in their playoff bracket.


Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk says they have a lot of momentum going into this game." This is great for us and great for the league. This Saturday I want the guys to give it their all with no regrets as we have accomplished a lot this season. We have 4 days to get ready and that is exactly what we are going to do. I want Birch Hills to know they are coming into a buzz saw here."


There are going to be a lot of extra festivities surrounding this Saturday's game including a half time show featuring the Nemihitowok Hoop Troupe Dancers and the Sacred Water Women Singers.


Lauren Fox will sing O'Canada and there will be a concession, ceremoinal coin toss, mascott and lots of prizes.


There will be admission with Adults- $6.00, Students, Grade 7-12-$4.00 and Students grade 6 and under free.

Hockey Fun Day

Flin Flon Minor Hockey will be hosting a Try It Fun Day on Saturday November the 2nd at the Whitney Forum.


This will give FFMH a chance to showcase their hockey development program.


The event is open to all kids born from 2011- 2014 who are currently not registered in Minor Hockey and will allow them to take part in a one hour ice session which will include skills, drills and fun games with Hockey Development and Novice Coach's.


Some players from the Flin Flon Bombers will also be taking part.


This is a great opportunity for kids to get introduced to the game of hockey. If you require equipment let them know as they do have a limited supply.


For more information or to register contact Jonathan Cooper at

JV Volleyball Teams Off To Steinbach

The JV Hapnot Kings and Queens are off to Steinbach for a volleyball tournament this weekend.


The Queens will play two games on Friday against Steinbach Christian at 7:20 and Warren at 8:10.


The Kings will also play twice on Friday against SSRS at 4:50 and Steinbach Christian at 6:30.


Playoffs will start Saturday at 12:30 with the Championship games at 4:30.

Norman Lose Their Tenth Straight

It was another tough weekend for the Norman Northstars who are still searching for their first win of the season.


The Northstars were on the road and dropped all three against Central Plains, The Winnipeg Wild and Winnipeg Bruins.


Norman and Central Plains were tied at 4 after 2 with the Capitals getting the winning goal early in the third period.


Blake Lahonen had a goal and an assist.


The Northstars also looked good against the Bruins losing 3 to 2. Trailing 3 to 0 in the third, the Northstars caught fire scoring twice but couldn't get the equalizer.


Derek Koivisto and Jordan Pfoh both had assists.


Norman will return home to host Interlake this weekend.

Soccer Season Over For The Kings

The Senior Hapnot Kings travelled down to Minnedosa for Provincial soccer this past weekend.


It was a tough start for the Kings who dropped their first game to the MCS Raptors 7 to 0. Hapnot played a lot better in their second game but came up short losing to the Northland Parkway Night Hawks 4 to 1.


Back to back losses would knock them out of the tournament.


Minnedosa ended up winning it all, beating the number one ranked team out of the province Morden 1 to 0.


It was a very good year for the Kings who were able to recapture the Zone title in Thompson despite having no tune up games heading into that tournament.

Bombers Sweep The Mills

The Flin Flon Bombers put together two very impressive efforts and out scored the Melville Millionaires 11 to 3 to take both games this past weekend at the Whitney Forum.


Cole Rafuse led the way on Friday with the hat-trick as the Bombers rolled to the 6 to 2 win. Jacob Delorme only had to make 14 saves to pick up his 5th win of the season. Delorme has only lost one game in regulation in his eight starts this year.


Saturday the Mills did come out with a little better effort, but couldn't get any offense going and Flin Flon won decisively 5 to 1.


Alec Malo and Easton Haygarth put the Bombers up 2 to 0 after one. In the second period Mason Kaspick and Adam Victorino both scored their first ever SJHL goals with Haygarth adding his second of the night.


Easton Haygarth wound up with four points and was chosen the KFC first star of the night on the CFAR Post Game Show.


The lone Melville goal came from Aidan Steinke in the third period with the game out of reach.


Matt Sankner was almost pefect giving up one goal on 24 shots and improved to 2-1-0-1 on the year and has a very impressive save % of .935


After the weekend the Bombers improve to 9-3-2 and are second in the Sherwood Division and are third overall.


It was parents weekend and there were two impressive crowds both nights as the Bombers continue to show they will be a club to contend with once again this season.


They will get a good test as they hit the road for three games this weekend starting with Humboldt on Thursday and Kindersley Friday and Saturday.


Humboldt has beat the Bombers twice this year and Kindersley is starting to hit their stride with three straight wins.


All three games will be broadcast on 102.9 CFAR and with the Great North GM Coach's Show kicking things off at 8:10 MB time.

Back On Top


It was the game that everybody wanted to see this past Saturday as the Creighton Kodiaks would battle the Cumberland House Islanders for the Ralph Pilz Trophy in Prince Albert.


The game delivered all the hype going in as Creighton would score the winning touch down with just 26 seconds remaining in regulation to stun Cumberland House 46 to 38 for their first championship in three seasons.


Cumberland was the favorite and defending back to back champion which had beat the Kodiaks in their last three meetings including last year's final.


Blake Alexander had a sensational game throwing for almost 300 yards, adding three touchdown passes and running in two for majors to help his team to the Northern Saskatchewan Football Championship.


Aidan Collard was his favorite  target, hauling in three td's including the game winner with less than thirty seconds on the clock.  


Austin McLean scored the other touchdown.


This was a nail biter all the way through with Cumberland leading 16 to 8 after 1, the game was tied at 24 at the half and all even at 32 after 3.


Creighton had a great fourth quarter and stepped it up defensively stifling the Islander offense.


This is the Kodiak's first championship in three years and third total in their 5 year history.


Creighton will now move on to the Provincial bracket and will host Birch Hills this Saturday at the Creighton Field.


Kick off is expected to be 3pm, MB time but could be subject to change.


We will have more on the Kodiak Football Report this Tuesday at 3:30.



Collision Course In Prince Albert

For the second straight year it will be the Creighton Kodiaks taking on the Cumberland House Islanders for the Northern Saskatchewan Football league Championship.


Creighton knocked off Sandy Bay in the one semi final 44 to 20 while Cumberland demolished Pinehouse 80 to 6.


Cumberland has won the last two championships and beat the Kodiaks 16 to 12 in the final last year.


The Championship final will go at 3pm at Max Clunie Field this Saturday in Prince Albert.

Kings Provincial Soccer Schedule

The Senior Hapnot Kings who won the northern soccer Zone a few weeks back in Thompson will head off to Minnedosa for Provincials this weekend.


The Kings are ranked no.8 out of 9 teams and will play the no.9 ranked Marweena Chistian school on Friday at 9AM.


The winner will move on to play the number one seed Morden Thunder , Friday at 2:45.


Playoff games will all go Saturday. 

Come Back Falls Short

The Flin Flon Bombers spotted the Yorkton Terriers three goals on Saturday but managed to find their groove and came back to earn a point, losing 4 to 3 in OT.


Yorkton scored all three of their goals in the first period courtesy of Le Grandeur, Sare and leading scorer Chantz Petruic who collected his 14th.


Jacob Delorme was back between the pipes, making his first start since September the 24th and I thought looked a little rusty early on.


Head Coach and GM, Mike Reagan decided to leave him in after a shaky first period and it proved to be a good decision as Delorme rebounded and started to look like his old self.


With Delorme making some timely saves,  the Bombers got on the board just 23 seconds into the second period when Easton Haygarth re-directed a Caleb Franklin shot through Yorkton goalie, Phillipe Bond's legs.


Reid Robertson was left all alone in front of the Yorkton net and he deposited his second of the year with a low wrist shot, to make t a one goal game after two.


Trailing 3 to 2 in the third , Donavan Houle got in alone and made a couple nice moves to beat Bond low stick side to tie the game.


This was Houle's league leading 15th of the year and is by far the most exciting player in the league that I have seen.


Flin Flon continued to pour on the pressure and dominated the third period and over time but couldn't get that fourth goal.


The Terriers were able to take advantage of an odd man rush and won the game when Ryan Ries used a bomber for a screen and beat Jacob Delorme low glove side for the 4 to 3 OT win.


The Bombers come home with two out of a possible six points and did play well in all three games and really should of won them all.


Flin Flon had Humboldt down 2 to 1 late on Thursday, with the Broncos scoring twice in the last two minutes to win 3 to 2. The Bombers also led Battleford 3 to 2 late on Friday with the Stars scoring late to tie it and eventually won it in over time.


After the weekend Flin Flon is 7-3-2 and sit third in the Sherwood Division with 16 points, two behind Nipawin and three points behind division leading Melfort.


Secondary scoring continues to be a concern with the Bombers scoring 8 goals in the three games and 5 came  from Donavan Houle himself.


Flin Flon continues to battle injuries with 4 regulars still out of the line up including forwards Tristan Lemyre, Matt Flodell new comer Ryan Moon and d-man Jack Michell.


Flodell is day to day with the the other three appearing tobe long term. The good news is forward Billy Klymchuk and goalie Jacob Delorme are both back.

The Bombers will return to the Whitney Forum this weekend with two games against Melville on parents weekend.


Kodiaks Off to Northern Footbal Title Game

The Creighton Kodiaks are off the Northern Saskatchewan Football championship game, thanks to their home win on Thursday afternoon over Sandy Bay 44-20.The victory was highlighted by Evan Madarash and Blake Alexander scoring two touchdowns a piece. Plus a spectacular 80 yard touchdown reception by Austin Mclean and a 20 yard touchdown catch by Myles Patterson. The Kodiaks will now travel to Prince Albert for the title game on Oct. 19 at 3pm Sk. time. They will  take on Cumberland House who beat Creighton by only 6 points in Week 3. The Kodiaks have also qualified for Provincials and if they win in Prince Albert they will host a quater-final game, a loss and they will still play - but on the road.


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Kodiaks Ready For Playoffs

The Northern Saskatchewan football playoffs will start tomorrow with the Creighton Kodiaks hosting the Sandy Bay T-Wolves at the Creighton field at 4 PM.


Creighton took the only regular season meeting by a score of 36 to 9 in Creighton on September the 18th.


Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk feels very good going into their match up tomorrow afternoon. "We are well rested and have had a chance to review game film and have added some new plays on offense. We have a veteran group and know what we need to do to get it done tomorrow afternoon."


The winner of this game will move on to the Ralph Pilz Trophy game in Prince Albert on Saturday October the 19th against either Pinehouse or defending champion Cumberland House.

Bombers Get Forward From BC

In a 3-way deal with the Wenatchee Wild and the Alberni Valley Bulldogs of the BCHL, the Bombers have acquired 6'3 forward Ryan Moon (99) and a PDF. This completes the Gabriel Waked trade from this summer.


In 117 BCHL games played, Moon has recorded 19 goals and 23 assists.


Head Coach and GM Mike Reagan had this to say about the trade:


"We're excited to add a 6'3 forward with 3 years of experience in the BCHL. Ryan is a player we've had our eye on for a couple of years now."


Ryan will be joining the Bombers during the teams road trip this week.

Skating Club Seminar

The Flin Flon Figure Skating Club will be hosting a fun day of skating and skill building with on and off the ice exercises.


The All Star seminar will feature long time special guest coach Carla Stoltz who brings over 37 years of experience and has skated all over the world.


Carla started with the Flin Flon Figure Skating Club and is very excited to come back to Flin Flon this weekend.


You can register by going online to or contact Lyndsay Lenderbeck at

Central Plains Knock Off Norman

The Norman Northstars dropped both games at home this past weekend to Central Plains by scores of 7 to 2 and 6 to 1 to spoil their home opener weekend.


Flin Flon's Jordan Pfoh picked up a goal with Derek Koivisto grabbing a pair of assists in the two losses.


Norman will fall to 0-5 on the year and will host Yellowhead next weekend.

Sankner Steller In Bomber Debut


The Flin Flon Bomber Goaltender carousel  continued on the weekend as the Bombers swept a pair of games from the Kindersley Klippers to improve to 7-2 on the season.


On Friday,  rookie Jaden Little stopped 34 shots as the Bombers beat the Klippers 5-4 in OT.


Brandon Cianflone scored a beautiful goal on a feed from Matt Flodell just 1:18 into the extra period for his second of the night and fourth of the season.


On Saturday, Matt Sankner made his Bomber debut and was nothing short of fantastik in stopping 48 out of 50 Klipper shots in the 4-2 Flin Flon win.


No question in my mind that Sankner was the difference, as he made a lot of big saves including three clear cut break aways for his first SJHL win.


The Bomber defense coughed up the puck several times through out the game but the veteran puck stopper was there to bail them out.


Sankner hails from Pennington New Jersey and brings lots of experience from the USHL and Norh American Hockey League.


Most recently Sankner suited up for the Johnstown Tomahawks of the NAHL.


The Flin Flon goal scorers from Saturday were: Flodell (2), Martin (4), White (1) and Houle with his team leading 10th.


With the win Flin Flon will improve to 7-2 on the season and are second in the Sherwood Division, just two points behind Melfort with two games in hand.


The Bombers will get a good test this week as they embark on their first road trip of the season with 3 games in 3 nights.


It starts in Humboldt on Thursday, Battleford Friday and Yorkton on Saturday.


Remember they will all start at 8:30 Manitoba time with all three games broadcast on 102.9 CFAR and




Norman Northstars Home Opener Weekend

The Norman Northstars will try to shake off an 0-3 start to their young season as they will play on home ice for the first time this weekend.


Norman dropped all three games on the road last weekend and return to the CA Nesbit Arena for a pair of games against Central Plains who are 1-1 so far this year.


They will play Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday afternoon at 1:30.


Team captain Jordan Pfoh is the leading scorer with 3 assists in 3 games.

Creighton Volleyball Teams On The Road

Both Creighton Kodiak Girls volleyball teams will be on the road this weekend.


The Senior A Girls will be in Choiceland. The Kodiaks will play Little Red tonight at 7:30 and Nipawin  at 9 and Choiceland at 1 on Saturday.


Playoffs start at 2.


The Senior B Girls  are in Kinistino and will play three round robin games on Saturday against Kinistino at 9, ST.Mary's at 11:30 and Melfort at 1.


Playoffs begin at 2 and the A-side final is at 5.

Kodiaks Impressive In Regular Season Finale


The Creighton Kodiaks rolled over the Pinehouse Lakers by a score of 74 to 12 yesterday at the Creighton Field to wrap up the Northern Saskatchewan Football season.


Aidan Collard scored a touch down on the opening drive and the Kodiaks never looked back as they were able to play every single player in their final tune up game before the playoffs.


Myles Patterson had a big afternoon scoring three td's with other majors coming Evan Madarsh and Austin McLean who both had two. Single td's came from Haiden Lengyel and Caleb Janzen.


The Kodiaks were also good on defense forcing three turn overs on interceptions.


Creighton will finish the regular season, second in their division at 3-1 and will host Sandy Bay in the first round of the playoffs next Wednesday. Kick off will be at 4.


Cumberland will play Pinehouse in the other semi-final with the two winners moving on to Prince Albert for the Ralph Pilz Trophy on Saturday October the 19th.



Kodiaks Wrap Up Regular Season

The Creighton Kodiaks will wrap up the regular season today in the Northern Saskatchewan Football league.


Pinehouse will come to town for a 3:30 kick off time at the Creighton field in a game that will have no bareing on the standings.


Creighton is 2-1 and will finish second in the division no matter the out come. Pinehouse is 0-3 and can finish no higher than fourth.


Head Coach Ryan Karakochuk talks about their game plan for today." The plan will be to do some of the things that we need to do moving forward to get ready for the playoffs. For starters we need to improve on some things we saw on tape from last week against Cumberland that we didn't do well. I will also play all our rookies in the second half to get them some experience and let them have some fun."


Creighton will host Sandy Bay in the playoffs next Wednesday with the defending champions Cumberland playing Pinehouse.


The two winners will meet in Prince Albert the following weekend for the Ralph Pilz Trophy. 

Golf Club Fall AGM

The Phantom Lake Golf Club will officially wind down the season with their fall AGM taking place on Wednesday October the 9th, 7 pm at the Clubhouse.


The agenda will include a report from the President, Club Pro, Superintendant and a financial statement.


There will be a chance to ask questions from the floor.


This meeting is open to the entire public.


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