Brunch with mom: (Not as pictured) Patti Wynnychuk, Jocelyn Wynnychuk, Shirley Onesto, Destyn McClaflin and Kim McClaflin enjoyed brunch together at the Ponoka Golf Course May 12. Photo by Emily Jaycox

Sunny weather, golf and brunch enjoyed May 12 at Ponoka Golf Club

By Emily Jaycox

 

Fore: Allison McMillan tees off as her sister Erin McMillan looks on May 12 at the Ponoka Golf Club. Photo by Emily Jaycox

Brunch buffet: The Mother’s Day brunch May 12 at the Ponoka Golf Course looked scrumptious with scrambled eggs, waffles, sausages, fresh fruits and more. Guests also took home a potted flower of their choice. Photo by Emily Jaycox

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