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News   June 12, 2015   by Allan Janssen

Shad’s total hits $4.5 million


The automotive aftermarket’s annual golf tournament to benefit Muscular Dystrophy Canada has hit a pretty big milestone. More than $170,000 was raised this year, bringing the cumulative total, over the past 42 years to a whopping $4.5 million.

Shad's R&R organizers proudly announce the total amount raised since the first "Regret & Remorse" tournament in 1973.

Shad’s R&R organizers proudly announce the total amount raised since the first “Regret & Remorse” tournament in 1973.

Using a hockey stick on the fairway? A new feature to raise money for muscular dystrophy research was the golf "slap shot" sponsored by East Penn.

Using a hockey stick on the fairway? A new feature to raise money for muscular dystrophy research was the golf “slap shot” sponsored by East Penn.

More than 240 golfers hit the links for a good cause yesterday.

More than 240 golfers hit the links for a good cause yesterday.

Brad Shaddick was master of ceremonies at the golf tournament founded by his father Fred in 1973.

Brad Shaddick was master of ceremonies at the golf tournament founded by his father Fred in 1973.

It was a full house at Station Creek Golf Club in Gormley, Ontario

It was a full house at Station Creek Golf Club in Gormley, Ontario

This year's total - $170,000 - will be donated to Muscular Dystrophy Canada.

This year’s total – $170,000 – will be donated to Muscular Dystrophy Canada.


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