City council in Thunder Bay, Ont., has rejected a proposal to lower green fees at Municipal Golf Course and at least one local resident feels it’s part of a move to close the course, according to this story from CBC News … An employee at Mad River Golf Club in Ontario was burned while attempting to put out a fire. For more, click here for the story by Michael Gennings in the Stayner Sun … The PGA of British Columbia has been recognized by the ALS Society in that province for its contribution through the PGA of B.C. Golfathon for ALS. For more, see the association’s website here … Golf facilities in Moose Jaw, Sask., aren’t expecting to open until May with snow still covering the ground and flood conditions possible when the melt begins, according to this story by Katie Brickman in the Moose Jaw Times Herald … Mike LaBauve, director of instruction at the Westin Kierland Resort and Spa in Scottsdale, Ariz., will speak at the PGA of Saskatchewan’s Spring Launch on Monday, May 13, at Dakota Dunes. For more, click here … Just a reminder that the deadline to nominate somebody for the Canadian Golf Superintendents Association’s Superintendent of the Year Award is May 1. For more, click here … These days, it may not seem like it, but money isn’t everything as a woman who found $36,000 on a Miami golf course recently illustrated. That feelgood story is courtesy of WSVN here.
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