-23C (-29C with the wind) and 9″ of snow were no match for the 18 players who took part in the coldest Ice Bowl on record (http://icebowlhq.com/results/). In the end Chad Gamelin finished first overall with a combined round score of 13 down.
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Income, Expenses & Foodbank Donation
Unfortunately the low turnout prevents EDGA from making monetary donation to the Edmonton Foodbank this year, we were however able to make a food donation of over 72 lbs to which they were more than grateful for.
We projected 30 players would be in attendance leading to our expenses of $915 ($820 packages, prizes & trophies, $60 chilli, $35 miscellaneous) while we took in $820 ($530 players, $70 chilli, $220 raffle & additional package purchases). Unsold packages and prizes will be carried forward and used for prizes and raffle bait in upcoming EDGA events. It’s one of those events where if the weather is nice EDGA makes a sizeable donation, but if it isn’t we operate at a loss. For the 2015 Ice Bowl we’ll be less optimistic and plan for 20 participants.