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Minor Midget Golf Tournament to Benefit Teen Mental Health Program
Submitted By Caroline Vallee on Friday, September 01, 2017
The Lambton AAA Minor Midget team recently held a golf tournament with the intent of raising awareness and funds to benefit teen mental health issues that surround us.  This is the team's focus for the 2017-2018 season!

Word has it that Tom Babcock, tournament director will be making a sizable donation to the St Clair Child and Youth Mental Health Awareness program in the very near future from tournament proceeds!   Click Photo Gallery to view!

Are you wondering about the 1 in 5 logo?  1 in every 5 people suffer from a form of mental illness. "Not all Wounds are Visible"

Teen Foursome Champs:
Kaden Babcock
Jake Burnard - Lambton AAA Alumnus
Adam Mino
Bailey Moffat

Teen Long Drive Winner:
Wil O'Leary Dilosa
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