Heather Stephens

Fernie Hotel and Pub meat draw raised over $3,000 for Kindergym

Fernie Hotel and Pub meat draw raised over $3,000 for Kindergym

Heather Stephens, President of Kindergym was pleased to find out the Fernie Hotel and Pub meat draw dedicated their raised funds for the local Kindergym Project.

Patrons who attended the Fernie Hotel meat draw raised $3,025 over the last year to benefit Kindergym, a not-for-profit program which offers indoor play activities for children from ages one to five.  The program operates three days a week from 10 am to 11 am at the Holy Family Centre.

The meat draw takes place every Friday night after 6 pm.  For more information on this outstanding program and how your child can participate, please contact Heather Stephens at     (250) 423-3791.

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