We would like to take this opportunity to introduce ourselves and give you an update on the tournament goals, details and some of the upcoming changes. Most importantly, we would like to express our sincere gratitude to everyone that has played a part in helping make this event a success.
After 22 years of hard work and dedication, Dana Murzyn has decided to step down as Flames Alumni Masters Tournament Chair. We would like to thank him for all the volunteer hours, vision and execution he has put into this event over the years. Stepping into the role of Co-Chairs are Mike Commodore and Robyn Regehr, both active members of the Flames Alumni and occasional Uber drivers in a pinch.
The tournament will continue to be a one day event including an online auction, dinner and golf at Priddis Greens on Thursday, May 26, 2022. New to the process this year is the online registration platform, and we kindly ask for your patience as we make this adjustment. With your participation and sponsorship, the total funds are on pace to exceed over 3 million dollars since tournament inception. Thank you to all new and returning sponsors for your continued generous support, this incredible accomplishment would not have been possible without you.
We look forward to seeing you on the links on May 26!
Robyn Regehr and Mike Commodore
Flames Alumni Masters Tournament Co-Chairs
MAY 26, 2022 7:00-8:45am – Registration 9:00am – Shotgun Start Dinner to follow
PRIDDIS GREENS GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
#1 Priddis Greens Drive
Priddis Greens, Alberta
CP KIDS & FAMILY
Your sponsorship will directly support kids with physical disabilities and help them experience childhood pleasures such as riding a bike. The funds raised from this year’s event will be used to expand the Adapted Bike Program to grow our inventory and variety of bicycles and equipment. Residual funds will be dedicated to supporting the increasing demands for family resources, crisis & adapted equipment funding as we recover from the impact of COVID-19.
This past year has been challenging for our families as they search for safe accessible activities for their children and it has been a huge year for bikes, especially for us as we support our kids. Our nationally recognized Adapted Bike Program is seen as the gateway to the agency and is unique to North America. As we adapt to survive the pandemic, our agency has modified the delivery of the adapted bike and equipment loan programs to be utilized in a safe manner. Our exclusive recycling approach allows donors’ funds to be maximized as one bike may be used by 6-10 children through its lifespan.
Celebrating over 70 years of supporting and strengthening families raising a child with a physical disability, CP Kids & Families unique hands-on approach, provides critical support, funding and opportunities to help children with physical disabilities experience the simple joys of being a kid.
The Adapted Bike Program can only continue with the generous support of its funders. Please help us continue to Light up a Child’s Life.