5th Annual Joint Tonari Gumi JCCA Charity Classic Golf Tournament

Saturday, July 8, 2017 at Meadow Gardens, 19675 Meadow Gardens Way, Pitt Meadows, B.C.

Time: Registration & Check-in opens at 11:00 am, Shotgun Start at 1:00 pm

Registration deadline: Friday, June 16, 2017 at 5:00 pm

Entry Fee:

$140 – per golfer ~ Includes golf, prizes and the buffet dinner

$560 – Foursome entry

$50 – Dinner only guest

*A $2.00 shipping and handling fee will be charged for each on-line order.

Please download the following registration form and send by mail, fax or e-mail to Tonari Gumi, 101 – 42 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver, V5Y 1M7; fax. no. (604) 687-2168; or e-mail to <>.
For a registration form, click here: 2017 Golfer Registration Form

To pay your registration fees, please click on the following:

1 – 3 Registrations:


Foursome Entry:


Dinner Only Guests (One to Five Guests)


City of Vancouver grants Tonari Gumi with 2017 Social Service Community Service Grant

City of Vancouver approved Tonari Gumi with 2017 Social Service Community Service Grant. This grant will be used to provide various services we offer through out a year.

TG Hiking Club’s Road Trip to Fairmont Hot Springs Resort

Tonari Gumi Hiking Club has visited Fairmont Hot Springs Resort near Banff National Park on April 2nd to 5th to complete successful 2016 club activities.

We were able to spend relaxing time together in the middle of BC’s vast natural beauty. Despite a long drive to BC Alberta border (11 hours one way!), everyone enjoyed scenic drive in high spirit. The group drove Highway No. 1 to Kamloops, Golden through Radium Hot Springs to Fairmont Hot Spring. Visited Kimberly, a town with highest altitude in BC, for hiking and natural hot springs, Lussier Hot Springs on next day. We decided to drive Highway No. 3 to Vancouver, which took us through many small towns familier to JC community, Cranbrook, Greenwood, Rossland and Osoyoos. Many Japanese were forced to intern during WWII. Remembering JC communities’ history, their perseverance and effort and hardship they faced, for which next generations of Japanese immigrants are forever grateful.

This trip was my last project as Tonari Gumi staff. I have enjoyed working together with various members and volunteers. I will be continue joining hiking club activities as a volunteer. I would like to thank you for your support and hope to see you at Tonari Gumi.

Masako Arima

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