The Castlegar Hospice Classic Rock Classic golf tournament will take place June 24.

Grab your clubs for the Castlegar Hospice golf tournament

Tenth annual Classic Rock Classic takes place on June 24. Silent auction includes bucket list trips.

The Castlegar Hospice Society’s annual Classic Rock Classic golf tournament will take place on Sunday, June 24.

Celebrating its tenth year, the event promises to be better than ever. There is still space for more teams or individuals to join in the fun tournament that is open to golfers of all abilities.

Registration forms are available at Hole sponsorships are also still available.

The event will include a silent auction with some fabulous items. In addition to donations from local businesses there will be some big-ticket, bucket-list trips on the table.

The trips have a minimum bid and include a luxury golf trip for two to Las Vegas including accommodations at the Wynn, a trip for two to the Indy 500, a trip to the 2019 or 2020 Masters golf tournament and trip to the 2019 Superbowl.

A raffle will be held for two tickets to the 2018 Grey Cup including two nights accommodations. Only 200 tickets will be sold. Prices are $30 a ticket or four tickets for $100.

Another special item is a hockey stick signed by Travis Green.

“There is something for every budget,” said Hospice director Suxanne Lehbauer.

EML Management is sponsoring a $10,000 hole-in-one prize, with half of the prize going to the golfer and half to Hospice.

The golf tournament is Castelgar Hospice’s largest fundraiser of the year and all proceeds stay local.

Non-golfers are encouraged to come for the silent auction and dinner, but registration is required.

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