Leafs players wear pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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first_imgThere was a bit of a change to the Nelson Leafs during a three-game Thanksgiving homestand.The team decided to show their respect to Breast Cancer Awareness Month by adding a touch of pink to the Green and White home jerseys.”It was an idea from the players,” said Leaf head coach Frank Maida. “A couple of players took it upon themselves to go a little pink and the executive was happy with the idea.” Nelson players pink shoelaces in their skates and jerseys while the goalies wore pink on the masks and pads.Traditionally football players north and south of the 49th parallel wear pink shoes or tape their pads with pink tape to show support for breast cancer charitie.Breast Cancer Awareness month is an annual international health campaign organized by major breast cancer charities every October to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure.The campaign also offers information and support to those affected by breast cancer.Maida said the team plans to continue wearing pink throughout the month of October.last_img read more


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first_img“The success of our company reflects the determined and orchestrated efforts of a stellar team of individuals which has resulted in eleven destination resorts as well as private mountain home collections. I thank each and everyone of them for their continued support.”The Kokanee Lodge was completed in May of 1992, offering for the first time a complex of luxurious yet casual course-side accommodations.In 2003, Kokanee Springs celebrated the lodging expansion, with the addition of “Noble Lodge” and the Clubhouse renovation, which spearheaded Kokanee into the next era of development. After an unforgettable golfing experience, the fabulous Kokanee Lodge offers a quiet mixture of casual elegance and relaxation for those desiring mountain-style peace and tranquility.Overlooking the 12th fairway are 56 luxury rooms, eight suites, sundecks, hot tub and a meeting room. For those wishing to dine, Bunker’s Grill offers a sumptuous menu that is varied enough to tantalize and satisfy any golfers appetite.This season is also special for staff and golfers at Kokanee Springs as the course is expecting its millionth round to be played this summer, between end of June and early July.The lucky player receives the Kokanee Advantage package — a value of $2000.The Kokanee Advantage includes 50 rounds of golf, discount on meals at the on resort Bunkers Grill led by Top Chef Canada competitor Chef Jamie Hertz, private dinner for two created by Chef Jamie and a custom plaque to commemorate this amazing milestone. It’s official.Crawford Bay’s Kokanee Springs Golf Resort has been voted Most Scenic in Canada by Reader’s Digest Canada for Hole number five.Located on the East Shore of Kootenay Lake, 40 kilometers north of Nelson, Kokanee Springs, a Norman Woods original course, is characterized by it’s long driving fairways, immense rolling greens, immaculate course upkeep, and ability to interest and challenge golfers at all levels . . . and, of course, spectacular views of Purcell Mountain range.Sixty-six sand traps, 12 water hazards and 124,000 square feet of elevated, multileveled greens with 90,000 square feet of terraced tee surface were all a part of his plan.As if the hazards Woods created weren’t enough of a challenge, Kokanee Springs is a long course. A well played round can take you 6.5 miles.The yardages are 6604 from the blue markers, 6260 from the whites and 5747 from the reds, on this par 71 track.”This is an incredible way to enter our tenth year of operation here at Bellstar, with some very prestigious industry awards for our collection of properties,” said Ed Romanowski, President & CEO of Bellstar Group, owners of the Kokanee Springs Resort.last_img read more