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OGMA golf a treat at the Carrying Place


September 18, 2012
By Patrick Flannery

jamac_smallSept. 18, 2012 – A beautiful course, a cloudless September day and a delicious buffet were all on offer at the Ontario Glass and Metal Association's fall golf tournament in Kettleby, Ont., in Sept. 13. The event attracted 92 golfers even though many regulars were away at GlassBuild.

Sept. 18, 2012 – A beautiful course, a cloudless September day and a
delicious buffet were all on offer at the Ontario Glass and Metal
Association's
fall golf tournament in Kettleby, Ont., in Sept. 13. The
event attracted 92 golfers even though many regulars were away at
GlassBuild.

The highlight of the evening was Ennio Rea's heartfelt presentation
awarding Dieter Ringler of Oakville Glass and Mirror the OGMA Lifetime
Achievement Award. Dieter, his wife Ingrid and son Steve were on hand
for this well-deserved honour.

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Dieter Ringler capped 45 years in the glass business with the OGMA Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by Ennio Rea, the 2011 recipient.  


 

The Carrying Place Country Club was in great condition for the best-ball
scramble. Hole sponsors were Clearstream Architectural Products,
Tremco, Jamac Sales, Prelco, Krisro Metal Industries, Triple Seal,
Construction Distribution Supply, Protemp Glass, Sika Canada and
Alumicor. Some very nice prizes were handed out at the dinner, including
Toronto Argos tickets, a cappuccino maker and a 42-inch TV.

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Decisions, decisions…


 


More photos from the tournament can be seen on the Glass Canada Facebook page .

Related links
www.ogma.ca

 


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