Wetaskiwin Lions Club sells out calendars in eight days

Wetaskiwin service club said fund-raising calendar a big hit in the city...

 

Dear editor,

The Wetaskiwin Lions Club would sincerely like to thank the following companies for sponsoring our 2017 calendars, proceeds of which are donated back into the community.

The sponsors include A-1 Rentals, A-1 Supply, A-1 Waste, AZ Wetaskiwin Storage, Busy Bee, Camrose Glass, Dart Electrical Systems Ltd., Fountain Tire, Jiffy Lube, Magnum Mechanical, Martin Deerline, Masco Crane & Hoist, North Am Auto-body, North Central Alberta Poultry & Pigeon Club, TKO Contracting, Tom’s Town & Country Plumbing & Gasfitting, Wetaskiwin Bulk Sales, Wetaskiwin Co-operative Association (Country Junction), Wetaskiwin Radiator & Small Engine Sales & Service

We would like to thank Wetaskiwin Co-op Food Store, Peavey Mart and the Farmers Market (Wetaskiwin Mall) for allowing us to set up a table in their stores.

Thank you to Taylor Printing for making the calendars for us.

The Wetaskiwin Lions Club would especially like to thank the citizens who donated to and/or purchased the calendars.

We managed to sell all the calendars in eight days.  Thanks to everyone who helped.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the Wetaskiwin Lions Club.

Natalie Vanoni, Wetaskiwin Lions Club

 

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