Show & Shine organizers thank community

  • Sep. 11, 2013 3:36 p.m.

The organizers would like to thank everyone who attended the recent Show & Shine on Ross St. Your participation made it a very good day for a first time event.

We would like to thank the City of Red Deer for letting us host it on Ross St., the Downtown Business Association for taking care of the permit and paper work for us. And most importantly all the individuals and businesses, including two from downtown who donated everything needed, cash, prizes, equipment and services to put the day together.

Kipp Scott Buick GMC Cadillac, Comfort Collision & Restoration, Savannah Properties, Turple Bros., Dual Divisions, Little Jons, Retro Cycle, Jerry Page, Scott Shaw, jass collectibles, New Horizon Art, Sinnot’s Independent Grocer’s, Carriage Auto Upholstery, All About Bouncing, Dozer’s Digitals, Gasoline Ally Harley Davidson, Precision Cycle works, Cycle Works Motorsports and all the volunteers that helped. (Sorry if I forgot anyone).

Thanks to everyone’s support we raised $5,000 to add to what donations were made directly to the Canadian Cancer Society & the Red Deer Food Bank.

Jerry Anderson

Red Deer

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