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Moncton PGI aces golf lit tourney

Thursday's Peter Gzowski Invitational (PGI) Golf Tournament in Moncton raised $115,000. Funds raised by the events associated with the PGI support the Literacy Coalition of New Brunswick.

Founded in 1986 by former broadcaster and journalist Peter Gzowski, the PGI Golf Tournaments for Literacy have raised more than $11 million dollars for adult literacy in Canada.


Team CBC (from left): Mike Ferguson, friend of the Gzowski poem contest winner; Tom Spencer, Senior Account Manager CBC Media Sales; Harry Forestell, host of CBC TV News @ 5, 5:30 & 6:00; Information Morning's Dave MacDonald; and contest winner John Timpson. Missing from photo: CBC producer, Michael Richard LeBlanc.

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