A round to remember

One swing of the golf club nets Kevin Witmer a cheque for $10,000

Kevin Witmer (left) hit a hole-in-one to win $10,000 at the Fraser Valley Brain Injury Golf Classic, which was held at Redwoods Golf Course.

It was a round to remember for Kevin Witmer, who walked away with a cheque for $10,000.

Witmer was taking part in the annual Fraser Valley Brain Injury Golf Classic, which was held at Redwoods Golf Course last month (July 11).

Witmer aced the hole which was sponsored by the law firm of Campbell, Burton and McMullan, LLP and Johnston Meier Insurance.

Since 2002, FVBIA tournaments have raised more than $125,000 to support local drop-in programs, art and photography classes, children’s camps, community recreation programs and support groups for people with acquired brain injuries.

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