The Counties, Ontario – Warden Eric Duncan of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry (SDG) hosted the annual Warden’s Golf Tournament last Friday and donated the proceeds to the local United Way.
This year’s event was held at Summerheights Golf Links in Cornwall, and welcomed participants from across eastern Ontario including local business owners and dignitaries. Local United Way President Danny Aikman, Executive Director Lori Greer, and Past Campaign Chair Nolan Quinn were also in attendance.
“We are really happy with the great turnout and the support for our event again this year,” stated Warden Duncan. “It’s a great day to get together and network, and to raise funds for an important organization in our community.”
Friday’s event continues recent efforts undertaken by Warden Duncan to strengthen ties between the County and local community groups, including the United Way. The United Way held its Annual General Meeting again at the County Administration Building in June. Warden Duncan was invited to participate on the United Way’s Allocation Committee for a second year, comprised of local Board members and community leaders.
“Our United Way funds a lot of great programs and agencies that are available to all residents in the region, and the County continues to play a big role in promoting that message,” Warden Duncan concluded.
For more information on the United Way of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, visit
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