Pierre Parizeau Benefit Jam a great success

The Elkford Food Bank's annual Pierre Parizeau Benefit Jam was a great fundraiser as well as a great party.

Denise Sorenson from the Food Bank receives a donation from Cindy Hesje from East Kootenay Credit Union

The Elkford Food Bank’s annual Pierre Parizeau Benefit Jam was a great fundraiser as well as a great party.

Artists and bands, Road Kill (John Ashbridge & Steve Fairbairn) Debbie MacRae, Bob MacRae, Bill Savenkoff, Sierra Shultz, Mike Kennedy and Leslie Pink, Mike Leduc, Rick Miller, Lynda Hansen, LT Dan, Shane Borthwick, Shane Fedorek, Jordan Wildeman, Mike Friesen, Mathew Yeske and Various Jammers donated their time and their talent, and all those attending had a fantastic time eating, drinking and socializing.

 

 

 

 

Bob and Sierra keep the crowd rocking at the Pierre Parizeau Benefit Jam.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Over twenty five businesses and individuals donated prizes or raffle prizes making the Elkford Food Bank’s biggest fundraiser of the year a huge success. The Food Bank  team thank all the volunteers who had a part in making it a success. “It couldn’t of been done without all the hard work and dedication of everyone involved.  We would also like to thank the Elkford Grad 2012 class for Designated Driving and clean up.”

 

 

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