Food bank fundraiser a hit

On October 13 residents of Elkford danced the night away at the eighth annual Pierre Parizeau Food Bank Benefit.

Denise Sorenson of the Elkford Food Bank accepts a donation from Bernie Van Tighem

On October 13 residents of Elkford danced the night away at the eighth annual Pierre Parizeau Food Bank Benefit. Thanks to much community support and many donations the evening consisted of music, dancing, cash bar, food, door prizes, raffle a 50/50 draw and a lot of entertainment and fun.

Local musicians Barnacos, aka BNG, Steve Fairbairn, Bob Timmerman and Clint Poulin, Bob MacRae and Bill Savenkoff, Bill McDonald, Dan Gamache, Gary Cleverly, Due Clause, The Matt & Dylan Show and Mike Leduc donated their time and talent, while Shane Borthwick provided the sound.

The Elkford Food Bank would like to thank all of the musicians, as well as all of the many businesses and individuals who donated time and money to make the evening a huge success. For assistance or more information email, or leave a message at 250 865 4029.


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