Grand Council Treaty #3 Fundraises for Treaty #3 Youth Education Bursaries 2019

On July 26, 2019, Grand Council Treaty #3 hosted their 9th Annual Golf Tournament at Beauty Bay Golf Course in Kenora. The tournament was a 4-person scramble with 24 teams successfully registered. The tournament offered the potential to win $25,000 cash for a hole-in-one on #9, as well as prize money for the longest drive, skins and cp’s. Congratulations to this year’s winning teams!

Championship Winners: Mitchell Boulette Team

The financial support received through Grand Council’s Annual Golf Tournament and raffle fundraising directly contributes to the bursary fund that is given to secondary students from a Treaty #3 community that attends a High School within Treaty #3 Territory.

Through your generous support, the following students received Grand Council Treaty #3 Most Improved Student Bursary for the 2018-2019 Academic Year:

Isiah Kavanaugh, Bai Bom Beh Anishinabe School;
Tristan Dallas Cowley, Beaver Brae Secondary School;
Felicity Kelly, Onigaming Mikinaak School;
Julianna Indian, Rainy River High School;
Summer Gauthier, St. Thomas Aquinas High School;
Damian Green-Kejick, Dryden High School;
Mikaelah Yerxa, Fort Frances High School;
Erin Jacko, Sioux North High School;
Cheyenne Ogemah, Mizhakiiwetung Memorial School; and
Sunrise Kabestra-Savage, Kiizhiik Gakedaasowin School.

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the following sponsors that provided prize donations towards the Grand Council Treaty #3 Annual Golf Tournament:

Xpromo Winnipeg;
World of Water;
NorWester Hotel Best Western Plus;
Valhalla Inn Thunder Bay;
Clarion Hotel & Suites Winnipeg;
Beauty Bay Golf Course;
Wilson’s Business Solutions;
Meyers Norris Penny (MNP);
Aon Reed Stenhouse Inc;
Kaakewaaseya Justice Services;
Clarion Lakeside Inn Kenora;
Tim Hortons Kenora; and
NeChee Friendship Centre;

We thank you for your continued support and hope to see you next year!




For further media information contact:
Larry Morrison