• Golf for Literacy

  • Date:                    postponed to 2022

    Location:             Breezy Bend Golf & Country Club

    Format:               18-Hole Texas Scramble

    Join business leaders as they gather for golf and comradery to celebrate and support literacy in West Winnipeg. All money raised stays in West Winnipeg and supports children and adults who struggle with reading, writing and math. There are many groups that provide a very special service to the people in our community and we are pleased to raise funds for these designated charities. 2019 recipients were the following:

    1. Stevenson Britannia Adult Learning Centre
    2. St. James-Assiniboia Parent Child Coalition & New Immigrant Program
    3. Westgrove School (Pembina Trails School Division)
    4. Urban Stable

    Sponsorship Opportunities

    The Golf for Literacy 2022 event is in its 2nd year and together with our community partners we want to raise awareness of child and adult literacy in Manitoba. Funds raised from this golf event will support organizations that currently encourage, train and develop the skills through managed literacy programs. If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact Kristi Meek.

    Thank you to our 2022 Title Sponsor:

    What is Literacy?

    Literacy refers to the skill base that enables people to participate and adapt to change in the workplace, the home and community life. It provides a foundation for further learning and includes the following:

    • written communication skills – reading text, document use, writing
    • numeracy
    • thinking skills to learn and solve problems
    • oral communication and interpersonal skills
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  • Land Acknowledgement
    The Assiniboia Chamber of Commerce acknowledges that we gather on ancestral lands, Treaty One Territory, traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, Lakota and Dene Peoples, and on the National Homeland of the Red River Métis. Our drinking water comes from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, in Treaty Three Territory.