Geoff Lang (left) managing director of Transport Field Services presents Ian Wallace with the raffle prize from the Dementia Support Group Golf Day.
Geoff Lang (left) managing director of Transport Field Services presents Ian Wallace with the raffle prize from the Dementia Support Group Golf Day.

Golf helps dementia support group

THE coffers of the Warwick Dementia Support Group were boosted by $2500 at a recent golf day at the Warwick Golf Club.

Golf day organiser Greg Eather said one of the major fundraisers on the day was a raffle prize of a Calloway golf bag which was kindly donated by Transport Field Services and Volvo.

“The charity day was a huge success,” Eather said.

“Seventeen teams competed in a four-ball ambrose and the Dementia Support Group would like to thank all the sponsors and the public for once again supporting this wonderful day.”

The group has held a number of annual fundraisers through the years and the golf day has always been a success.

Group members plan to invest in premises to help Warwick residents with dementia and their families.


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