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Bank And Rotary Partners For Charity Golf Tourney

Robin Scavalla, Director, Legal & Corporate Secretary, Scotiabank; Philip Cumming, Past President, Rotary Club of East Nassau and Maxine Seymour, Manager, Public & Corporate Affaira, Sponsorship & Philanthropy, Scotiabank.

Robin Scavalla, Director, Legal & Corporate Secretary, Scotiabank; Philip Cumming, Past President, Rotary Club of East Nassau and Maxine Seymour, Manager, Public & Corporate Affaira, Sponsorship & Philanthropy, Scotiabank.

SCOTIABANK is partnering with the Rotary Club of East Nassau and Scout Association of The Bahamas on their 32nd annual charity golf tournament set for next month.

The bank is a gold sponsor of the annual event with 100 per cent of the net proceeds raised donated to The Scout Association of The Bahamas and other Rotary sponsored community service organisations.

"Scotiabank is proud of its legacy of supporting the Bahamian community," said Maxine Seymour, manager, public and corporate affairs, sponsorships and philanthropy at Scotiabank.

"We are committed to helping young people reach their infinite potential and applaud the scouts for leading the way in developing our leaders of the future."

Scotiabank representatives, including veteran golfer and long serving employee Leroy Dames, will participate in this noble tournament on Friday, May 11 at the Ocean Club Golf Course with a 12:30pm shotgun start. It is a two person scramble, net tournament, minimum of seven drives must be used per player, 35 per cent of the handicaps will be used.There's a maximum handicap of 24. The event has been one of the club's primary fundraising activities for the past 30-plus years, collectively raising over $3 million for numerous charities throughout The Bahamas.

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