Play some golf and support a good cause!

Landmark East School, Canada’s leading not for profit day and boarding school for students with learning differences, is hosting its 6th annual golf tournament this coming May 22 at Berwick Heights Golf Course.

This year 100% of all proceeds will be matched by the Johnson Scholarship Foundation! All funds raised will be put toward Landmark East School’s Student Bursary Fund to reduce the financial burden of attending. As Landmark is a registered charity appropriate tax receipts are available.

As an alumni and Landmark East Foundation Trustee I can speak to the success and importances of Landmark East. Since 1979 Landmark East has been helping hundreds of students meet their potential. It is a key aspect of the Landmark East community to actively fundraise throughout the year towards the Student Bursary Fund. With your help we can remove the financial barriers of learning for those in need.

Located in Wolfville Nova Scotia, Landmark East serves students with learning differences from elementary to post grad. With a student population of around 80, students are given the attention they need to grow, whether as a day or boarding student. Students also enjoy a physical education program that provides at least 360+ minutes a week of physical activity.

If you are interested in registering for the golf tournament as a player, team or sponsor, or more information about Landmark East School and the Johnson Scholarship Foundation, please visit: www.landmarkeast.org/golf.

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Johnson Scholarship Foundation: www.johnsonscholarshipfoundation.org

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