Meet the IAPHC Fall Golf Tournament winners from Hanna Paper Recycling

From left are Hanna Paper Fibres' Ted Childs, Steve Kaschuck, Jim Millar and Matthew Knox.
From left are Hanna Paper Recycling’s Ted Childs, Steve Kaschuck, Jim Millar and Matthew Knox.

The Toronto Chapter of the IAPHC, the International Association of Printing House Craftsmen, held its Annual Golf Tournament on Wednesday, September 14 at the Royal Woodbine Golf Club (195 Galaxy Blvd.) in Toronto. Tee-off time was 1:30 pm with a Shotgun Start. Participants got the “Royal” treatment from arrival to departure, including an On-The-Tee BBQ served at noon, bag drop service upon arrival, a welcoming gift at registration, power carts stocked with bottled water, a prize table, a luscious buffet dinner following the tournament, and, of course, 18 challenging holes of golf in a picturesque setting.

iaphcfallgolfwinners1-inCongratulations to the winners low-score winners from Hanna Paper Recycling – Ted Childs, Steve Kaschuck, Jim Millar and Matthew Knox. Congratulations also to Bill Kidd, Brent Ireland and Burl Mathias for their hard work in putting this always successful and thoroughly enjoyable event together.

Established in 1977, Hanna Paper Recycling is the largest high-grade paper recycling company in North America, processing over 400,000 tons of paper annually. The company specializes in everything from custom-tailored waste-paper recycling solutions to secure shredding services, and has Canadian offices in Ontario (Markham and Mississauga) and Quebec  (Lachine and St-Joseph-de-Beauce). Its USA facilities are located in: Mansfield, Massachusetts; Wallingford, Connecticut; Savage, Maryland; Buffalo, New York; and Cincinnati, Ohio.

 

 

 

 

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.