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15th Annual Supreme Group Salvation Army Golf Classic

15th Annual Golf Classic Raises Over $233,000 for Camp


It’s hard to believe 15 years have passed since the first Supreme Group Salvation Army Golf Classic was held in Edmonton. Those first few event years were lean, but with hard work and our very dedicated sponsors and committee members, the tournament regularly brings in over $200,000 a year. In total, the golf tournament has raised over $3.1 million for Salvation Army programs in Edmonton and Pine Lake Camp. 

Over $233,000 was raised at the 2017 event, which will […]


Edmonton Golf Classic Surpasses $1M Goal for New Addictions & Residential Centre


Raising $1M might seem like an impossible goal for a golf tournament, but our annual Supreme Group Salvation Army Golf Classic was up for the challenge. In 2010, a committee of community-minded people, led by John and Sally Leder of Edmonton-based Supreme Group LP, set a multi-year goal to raise $1M toward a much needed new Addictions & Residential Centre (ARC) in Edmonton. The funds raised at this year’s tournament on June 2 resulted in that $1M goal being reached […]

Golf Classic 2014

Annual Golf Classic One Step Closer to Million Dollar Goal


Another successful Golf Classic, another $200,000 nearer our $1 million dollar goal! As of this tournament at the Highlands Golf Club on June 3, 2014, we are at 90% of this goal, so thank you to everyone who participated in this years’ 12th Annual Supreme Group Salvation Army Golf Classic – golfers, sponsors, donors, and volunteers. We hope each of you had as much fun on and off the course as we did!

The funds raised are going towards a new Addictions & Residential Centre […]


Edmonton’s Golf Classic Trying To Raise A Million For The ARC


We’d like to extend our gratitude to everyone who attended our 11th Annual Supreme Group Salvation Army Golf Classic on June 4, 2013. We raised over $262,000 that day, which is amazing!

The funds raised are going to a new building for our Addictions and Residential Centre (ARC) here in Edmonton. The current multi-program building was built in 1954, and provides 140 men with supportive living, 35 men with alcohol & drug treatment, 60 men and women with mental health issues […]