Red Deer’s got talent

  • Aug. 27, 2010 10:08 p.m.

On behalf of the staff at the Kidney Foundation of Canada, Northern Alberta & Territories Branch and Red Deer & District Unit, I would like to thank Red Deer’s Got Talent Society for their recent donation of $3,000.

Your generosity and commitment to our Foundation is greatly valued. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Maggie Hewitt, Curtis Labelle and Penny Ericson and all the volunteers on a staging a very successful event.

I also wish to acknowledge the Red Deer’s Got Talent contestants for their participation in making this fundraising experience a reality. We were extremely impressed with the level of talent that was presented.

Linda Lumsden

The Kidney Foundation of Canada

Red Deer and District

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