If you’re a direct descendant of the Mentis family, you’re bread from athletes. Here is the story of John Mentis, chronicling his sports career in Quebec, playing junior and senior hockey, and semi-pro baseball. Article originally posted on Saltwire (February 24, 2020) For those of us who enjoy sports history, it’s amazing how many fine … More John Mentis: Homegrown Hockey & Baseball Star
The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members. – Coretta Scott King Last month, Zoey Totten-Paris, of Truro, chose the Apex Invitational Golf Association as her charity of choice as part of Truro’s 100 Kids Who Care. Source: 100 Kids Who Care (Facebook) On February 19th, Zoey … More Apex Is Recognized By A Kid Who Cares!
Did you know that, historically, Blacks were not allowed to play golf at the Truro Golf Club? Their exposure to the course was limited to the time they spent caddying for the White members. Still, many of these golfers grew up with the course in their backyard and made a point to teach themselves how … More The Rise Of Truro’s Black Golfers
When you visit Boston Pizza’s new Truro location and write “Apex Golf Scholarship Fund” on the back of your receipt, the charity will receive a donation equaling 5% of your total bill! This will be ongoing even after the tournament is over.
The Bank of Nova Scotia will be selling tickets on behalf of Apex on August 6th starting at 5:30pm at the Best Western Glengarry in Truro, in support of the Apex Scholarship Fund; the bank will match proceeds. Tickets are $1.00 each. 1st prize: $400.00 gift card – Inglis Jewellers 2nd prize: $100.00 gift … More Bank of NS to Support Apex
Tracey Dorrington Skinner & her grade 9 students of Truro Junior High School will be travelling to Montreal on May 10th. The Apex Invitational Golf Association is proud to provide some financial support to these students.