Student golfer helping to revive charity classic

Human Kinetics student Kaela McLellan is hoping to increase some golf interest again this summer.

As part of the organizing committee for the Windsor Roseland Charity Classic, she is seeking to recruit people to help revive the event after a 21-year break. McLellan describes the event as an excellent opportunity to generate interest in the sport of golf as well as generate funds for many Windsor charities that increase the community’s quality of life.

“Events like this require many volunteers to make it spectacular, memorable, and functional,” says McLellan, who has played on the Lancer varsity golf team. “We are looking for people interested in volunteering in a variety of aspects. This includes admissions, caddying, scoring, marshalling, parking, entertainment and hospitality. We are also looking for people to help with the set-up and take down of the event.”

The Jamieson WFCU Windsor Roseland Charity Classic, organized by the Canadian Tour and Roseland Golf & Curling Club, runs from Monday to Sunday, August 13 to 19. To learn more about volunteer opportunities, e-mail volunteer coordinator Jason Kennedy at or check out the event Web site at

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