Jim Bower Outreach Golf Tournament


2013 Mixed Flight B winners:
Shelly Miller, Nicholas Miller, Marshall Miller, Trey Pinner

Since 2004, All Saints-by-the-Sea and the James S. Bower Foundation have been teaming up to produce the annual Jim Bower Community Outreach Golf Tournament.  To date, we have raised over $450,000 and are proud to note that 100% of the proceeds go to charity via All Saints’ Outreach program.  Click here to see some of the deserving recipients of these funds.

You can participate in this fun and important event by registering to play, attending the awards ceremony and social time after the tournament or writing a sponsorship check that the James S. Bower Foundation will match.  Join us for an enjoyable day of golf and help us to ease the burden for those less fortunate!




The 2014 Annual Jim Bower Golf Tournament a huge success!

What’s better than a game of golf? (… some might argue nothing!), but a game of golf that helps raise $50,000 for Outreach in 2015 of course!  On the 5 May 2014, 68 keen golfers and 22 committed volunteers participated in the Annual Jim Bower Community Outreach Golf Tournament at La Cumbre Country Club. The event, now in its tenth year, was a huge success with participants having a great day on the course followed by a well-deserved rest at the awards ceremony!

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the tournament and a big pat on the back to our 2014 winners!


Men’s A Flight: George Messerlian, Walt Trower, Willlis Copeland, Dominic Namnath (4th year in a row!)


Men’s B Flight: David Kent, Mark Heatwole, Bill Meeker, Wayne Smith


Men’s C Flight: Tom Dietz, Joe Hilton, Larry Self, Judd Conley

Women's Flight:  Barbara Rack, Raye Haskell, Linda Whiston, Karen Peus

Women’s Flight: Barbara Rack, Raye Haskell, Linda Whiston, Karen Peus


Mixed Flight: Sarah Heatwole, Denis Pariseau, Melissa Phillipp

A big thank you also goes out to everyone that supported the day, especially the tireless efforts of the organizing committee! Without the support of these amazing people, this fabulous event would not be possible. And with over $50,000 being raised, All Saints is looking forward to sharing with everyone in 2015 how these funds help ease the burden for those less fortunate in the community.

To see more photos of that day here.