This year we are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Flames Alumni Masters golf tournament. Lots has changed in that time. “I will always love you” by Whitney Huston was the No. 1 song. People in fashion were wearing plaid/silk shirts and Doc Martens. At the movies we were watching Jurassic Park and Mrs Doubtfire. The Toronto Blue Jays won the World Series and 1993 was the last time a Canadian based team won the Stanley Cup (let’s hope that changes this year). ATB has stepped up and become the new presenting sponsor of the Masters.

With that being said some things stay the same and the Masters is back. The event will be held on Thursday, May 30th at Priddis Greens. We will again be donating all funds to the CP Kids Adapted Bike program and look forward to your participation. For sponsors that have been with us over the years we want to thank you for your continued support. For new sponsors we want to say welcome and we look forward to hosting you.


Robyn Regehr and Mike Commodore
Flames Alumni Masters Tournament Co-Chairs



Thursday, May 30, 2024
7:00-8:45am – Registration
9:00am – Shotgun Start
Dinner to follow


#1 Priddis Greens Drive
Priddis Greens, Alberta
T0L 1W3



For over 72 years, Cerebral Palsy Kids & Families has been a leader in the disability community, providing support, resources, and opportunities to families and children living with physical disabilities. We are more than an organization – we are a community, an extended family, and a lifeline to families in need. We share in the experience of having children living with a physical disability; and we continually work to achieve the vision that all children and families living with disabilities experience an inclusive, abundant, and happy life.

Your generous sponsorship will go directly towards supporting children living with physical disabilities, helping them experience the simple joy of riding a bike by participating in our nationally recognized Adapted Bike Program. Annually, approximately 500 children receive adapted bicycles through our program, and the need is continually growing. Funds raised from this year’s event will be put directly towards the Adapted Bike Program, addressing the increased demand not only for bikes, but the critical support and resources CP Kids & Families offers through our crisis funding and adapted equipment funding as well. Our unique recycling approach not only highlights sustainability, but the maximizing of donor funding, as one bike is continually re-built and re-used by at least 10 children throughout its lifespan.

Sponsorship will ensure the longevity of the Adapted Bike Program, while enabling the expansion of our other subsidiary bike programs, including the Adapted Adventure Library, our Adapted Bike Shop and the Learn to Ride program. Continued funding will help CP Kids & Families both grow and sustain our program through the addition of adapted tandem e-bikes while promoting inclusion and awareness in recreational activities.

Please help CP Kids & Families continue to Light Up A Child’s Life. To learn more about our programs and services, go to or email us at