Mayor’s Golf Tournament

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Prepare for takeoff! Sturgeon County is hosting the Mayor’s Golf Tournament on Thursday, June 20, at the Sturgeon Valley Golf & Country Club.

The cost to golf is $299 per person and includes:

  • golf (18 holes)
  • a shared cart
  • breakfast
  • dinner
  • tournament giveaways
  • fun on the course! 

This year, we’re soaring to new heights as we showcase our incredible aviation sector. With assets like the Villeneuve Airport and Canadian Forces Base Edmonton, as well as many innovative businesses in the aviation and aerospace sectors, we have a lot to celebrate! 

Join us in the jumpseat on June 20 to take part in this amazing opportunity for County officials, industry partners and municipal peers to connect and build relationships.

Registration

Registration opens April 22.

Want early access? Sign on as an event partner!

Partnership Opportunities

View the Partnership Package for details on how you can get your organization in the hands and minds of our guests while supporting worthwhile causes that benefit the community. Partnerships close May 10. Contact Sam from SK events to sign on!

2024 Charities

The Mayor’s Golf Tournament gives back to the community. The tournament will support the following groups, which provide vital services in the community: they feed our families and help children and youth – as well as their families – access critical mental health services.

2023 Partners

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renewable energy wolf midstream

YEG EIA logo

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bp roundel full color

cunningham transport

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paradox

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town of legal

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Questions?

Contact Sam from SK events for more information!

#SturgeonCounty offices will be operating with reduced hours May 17, to accommodate a staff training event. Offices will re-open from 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM.

Fire Advisory: Due to dry conditions and a lack of precipitation, a fire advisory is now in effect for Sturgeon County as of April 3. 

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