Millet Red Eye Tournament

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"On behalf of the FROGS program, we would like to thank the Red Eye Tournament and we truly appreciate their donation," stated Frank Heinrichs, principal of the Griffiths-Scott Middle School.

The money raised by this donation of $1,200.00 and other monies is pooled and used for such trips as the grade seven class going to Drumheller, the grade eight’s river rafting, grade five’s water activity, grade six going to the Legislature in Edmonton and the grade nine class going to the Space Science Centre.

The Red Eye Tournament was a great success again this year. The operators of the tournament, Jason and Amy Jaffery, Richard and Sabrina Jaffery-Barnes and Lynda Gauvin would like to give a large thank you to the following supporters:

For donations: Jaffery family, Craig Rudolph, Barnes family, Source for Sports Wetaskiwin, Steve Bredlow, Games and More Wetaskiwin, Chuck O'Neill, Dallas McNalty and Ken Roberts.

Also a thank you to Wanna Sign, Last Call ball team, Soul Oilfield, Ell Grey Contracting, DJ Bennefield, Millet Peace Officer, Highline Motorsports, Phoenix Rentals, Town of Millet, Millet Fire Department and the Wetaskiwin R.C.M.P.

Pictured: Presenting a cheque of $1200 are organizers of the Red Eye Tournament to the principal and students of the Griffths-Scott Middle School. Photo by Pat Garrett

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