Nakusp Golf Club applies for CBT community initiatives grant

Highlights from the Nakusp Golf Club's annual general meeting.

The electrical capacity at the golf club needs to be upgraded, both in and around the club house. The club is running at full capacity right now, and no new outlets can be installed as a result. To help with the cost of upgrades, the club has applied to the CBT Community Initiatives Forum vote for funding.


Irrigation system pump rebuilt

Along with being rebuilt, the irrigation system pump was upgraded. It originally had a two-inch suction capability, and now has a four-inch suction capability. This has increased the gallons per minute suction considerably. The pond reservoir now fills more rapidly, which in turn reduces the pump time and use of electricity.

New directors elected

Three new people have been elected to the golf club’s board of directors. Joe Williams, Rene Bruneau, and Cheryl Nishida now join Jim Davidson, Merl Exner, Ken Ponto, Bud Adair, and Bill Treherne.


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