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Access Credit Union is having its first annual charity golf tournament in support of A Port in the Storm on Sept. 13 at Morden’s  Minnewasta Golf & Country Club.  


The credit union has branches in Oak Bluff and Sanford, as well as other locations in southern Manitoba.


A Port in the Storm Inc. was founded in 2005 by two oncology nurses and a patient volunteer who recognized the need for a facility that’s affordable and comfortable for patients from rural and northern Manitoba to stay while they receive treatments in Winnipeg. Each year, rural and northern residents spend more than 160,000 patient days in Winnipeg.


A Port in the Storm currently has nine suites in Villa Aulneau which are constantly filled to capacity. The organization is now raising funds for a five-storey, 40-unit building close to the major hospitals and treatment centres.


Access CU is anticipating a highly successful and well-attended tournament.  Please visit the tournament website to view the sponsorship packages that are still available and to register at:
access.golfregistrations.com or go online at: www.accesscu.ca


For more information, please email charitygolf@accesscu.ca


— Staff

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