Thanks for your great work

Through this letter, a group of antique Pro athletes would like to express our appreciation of Rod MacDonnell and his thirty years of professional service provided to us at the Hope Golf and Country Club.

Through this letter, a group of antique Pro athletes would like to express our appreciation of Rod MacDonnell and his thirty years of professional service provided to us at the Hope Golf and Country Club.

Rod, no matter what the crisis you faced, you came out on top, and we wish to recognize your under-appreciated professionalism and dedication.

You have our unwavering appreciation and a standing ovation as members of the New Westminster Lacrosse Club, Coquitlam Lacrosse Club, Team Canada Lacrosse Club, Peterborough Lacrosse Club, Boston Lacrosse Club, Canadian Sport Hall of Fame, Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame, B.C. Sports Hall of Fame, and the United States Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

Each and every one of us salutes you for your tremendous contribution to the great sport of golf.

Rich Bell

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