Thanks for support of 50/50 at games

On behalf of all Rotarians in the Downtown Club of Red Deer, I would like to thank the fans who gave such terrific support to our 50/50 ticket sales at the world junior exhibition games just held at the Centrium.

On behalf of all Rotarians in the Downtown Club of Red Deer, I would like to thank the fans who gave such terrific support to our 50/50 ticket sales at the world junior exhibition games just held at the Centrium.

A record total of ticket sales for both games enabled our club to surpass our projected financial support to the Red Deer Food Bank Society and Youth and Volunteer Centre.

This type of support is typical of our citizens and tremendous evidence of their generosity.

Without this support we could not do good in our community and indeed in our world.

I would also like to thank and recognize our key partners in this fundraiser, the Red Deer Rebels. Without their unwavering commitment we would have no such project or accomplish all that we have from the proceeds.

Thank you once again fans. Your support at these games and indeed for the more than 15 years we have had his program has made and continues to make a significant impact in the service of many.

Ken Johnston

President

Rotary Club of Downtown Red Deer

Red Deer

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