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Red Jacket Classic Co-ed Saskatoon Tournament, Presented by Dakota Dunes Casino

Thank you for joining us for our 2nd Annual Red Jacket Classic Saskatoon Tournament on July 18th!


Because of your support of this tournament, you helped us to raise more than $55,000 for RMHC-SK! Thank you!


To view the 2022 Photo Album, click HERE.


WestJet Gift of Flight Raffle Winning Ticket #: 0100


Congratulations to our 2022 Saskatoon Co-ed Tournament Champions:


1st Place Team: Josh Pokol, Dean Owen, Ben Schock, Craig Bender, Score: 60

2nd Place Team: Ashley Olynick, Riley Erickson, Kurt Muench, Cliff Lesko, Score: 61

3rd Place Team: Graham Forrester, Morgan Hildebrandt, Carter Dahl, Ben Linsley, Score: 62

Most Honest Team: Brenda Pasloski, Ron Froehlich, Jane Perepeluk, Ron Perepeluk, Score: 84

Putting Challenge: Jordan Hittel

Closest to the Pin (ladies): Tina Mantyka

Closest to the Pin (men): Steve Seiferling

Longest Drive (ladies): Lauren Campbell

Longest Drive (men): Travis Low


Congratulations to our 2022 Red Jacket Classic Series Champions:


Ladies: Glo's Girls, Score: 67 (Ladies Saskatoon Tournament)

Men's: Broda Group Team #1, Score: 57 (Prince Albert Tournament)

Co-ed: TTH Law, Score: 60 (Regina Tournament)




For any tournament inquiries, please contact:

Ashlyn Yablonski

306-244-5700 ext 122

ayablonski@rmh.sk.ca


Around RMHC-SK

24,000+

family stays supported since 1985.

6,680

number of nights occupied in 2021.

13 Nights

average length of stay in 2021.

8,213

lunches provided to Pediatric families at JPCH, Alvin Buckwold Centre and the Dubé Centre.

Gift in Kind Sponsors

BEMA Autosport

Candle Lake Golf Resort

Coca-Cola

DCG Philanthropic

Golf Town

Jim Pattison Broadcasting Group

Markit

Moon Lake Golf & Country Club

MOTIF Marketing

SONY

WestJet Cares for Kids

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Ronald McDonald House Charities Saskatchewan
Ronald McDonald House Charities Saskatchewan (RMHC-SK) provides safe and comforting accommodations for families caring for their sick child receiving medical treatment in Saskatchewan.
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