Matt Black (left), Diana Delaney, Melissa Gauthier, Josh Spruce (second from right), and Sean McCoey (right), of Delaney Properties Ltd. are teeing off with Kelly Fehr, interim executive director of John Howard Society, and Brad Houghton, addictions services manager with John Howard Society to raise funds for Bill’s Place. (Lisa VanderVelde/Morning Star)

Golf swings up support for Bill’s Place

The inaugural Delaney Properties VS John Howard Society Golf Fundraiser is May 27

Delaney Properties and the John Howard Society are teaming up to raise funds for Bill’s Place, a residential addiction treatment program that serves up to 19 men at a time.

The inaugural Delaney Properties vs John Howard Society Golf Fundraiser might have the ultimate goal of supporting Bill’s Place but golf, laughs and great food is also on the agenda.

The event takes place May 27 and includes nine holes of golf on the executive course at Spallumcheen Golf and Country Club, dinner and silent auction for $100, or for $25 people can just join in for the dinner and auction.

They are still looking for more businesses to sponsor a hole or donate a silent auction item to make the fundraiser a success.

To sign-up a four person team, or as an individual, and for any questions contact Matthew Black, of Delaney Properties, at

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