Event Highlights – Summer 2019

The Scottland Stomp

Every year, one of the best ways to kick off Stampede is by attending Scott Land and Lease’s Annual Stomp. This year’s event raised over $25,000 for Calgary’s Prostate Cancer Centre.

Pictured at the July 4th event are hosts, Scott Land’s Gregg Scott, centre, and his sons Ryan, left, and Hunter, right.

Priddis Greens Golf Charity Classic

The Priddis Greens Charity Classic, held August 13-15, has raised $370,000 this year, bringing its twenty-year total to over $7,000,000.

From left, gala chair Elaine Schmitt, event chair Ross Babcock and Prostate Cancer Centre Executive Director, Pam Heard.

Remington Golf Tournament

This year’s 13th Annual Remington Golf Tournament raised $475,000 for Calgary’s Prostate Cancer Centre.

Linda MacNaughton, Prostate Cancer Centre Director of Resource and Community Development and Randy Remington, Remington Development Corporation chairman.

ATB Financial Classic

This year, Calgary’s Prostate Cancer Centre had the honour of being the recipient charity at the 13th annual ATB Financial Classic held at Country Hills Golf Course in Calgary. After 4 rounds of intense golf, Hayden Buckley walked away claiming his first ATB Financial Classic title and the tournament ended with over $38,000 raised. We are so grateful to ATB for choosing us again in 2020 and look forward to another week of top-notch golf.

The ATB Financial Classic tournament has become one of the best opportunities for golf fans to get a look at the sport’s next generation of stars.

Village NUTRaiser

Thank you to Jim Button, Village Brewery, and Bottlescrew Bills for continuing the annual tradition of creating a salty ale out of bull testicles. This brew has now raised over  $65,000 in the past 7 years.  

Inclement weather didn’t dampen the attendance nor camaraderie July 4 at Bottlescrew Bill’s. Local celebrities Bret “The Hitman” Hart, Gerry Forbes, and Tony Spoletini, loaned their brewmaster skills to the samplings, ensuring the $100/per pint brew was snapped up at a great rate.

From left, radio host Gerry Forbes, Bret “The Hitman” Hart, and former Calgary Stampeders fullback and co-owner of Spolumbo’s, Tony Spoletini.