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Fernie Ghostriders hockey players cooked up a mean hamburger today while team supporters and Ford fans test drove vehicles.

Fernie Ghostriders hockey players cook up a mean hamburger even in the cool autumn rain today at the Fernie memorial arena while team supporters and Ford fans test drove vehicles.

Fernie Ford teamed up with the Fernie Ghostriders today for their ‘Drive One 4 UR Community’ event. For every vehicle taken for a test-drive Fernie Ford Sales and Ford Canada are donating $20 toward the Players Education Scholarship Fund for the Ghostriders. You can still show your support by heading down to the Fernie Memorial Arena until 3 pm.

The Ghostriders are paying it forward by fundraising for Kidsport by selling barbecued hamburgers thanks to supplies donated by Overwaitea Foods in Fernie. Kidsport helps kids with sports fees and purchasing sports gear if they are not able to afford it.

 

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