Thanks for com­mu­nity’s help with fundraiser


Lethbridge Herald - - READER'S FORUM -

Haram­bee Grand­mas would like to sin­cerely thank all those peo­ple who do­nated to and at­tended our Sec­ond An­nual Fab­ric and Yarn Sale that was held at McKil­lop United Church in Oc­to­ber. We raised over $5,200 for the Stephen Lewis Foun­da­tion for its work sup­port­ing African grand­moth­ers who are rais­ing chil­dren or­phaned dur­ing the HIV AIDS epi­demic in Africa.

Along with our grat­i­tude to the com­mu­nity, we would like to thank McKil­lop United Church for its on­go­ing sup­port and to Save-On Foods for pro­vid­ing plas­tic bags for our cus­tomers.

Our left­over items were all do­nated to lo­cal char­i­ties, in­clud­ing Blan­kets for Canada, the MCC Thrift Store, Days for Girls, the Rio Vista craft ladies who knit baby items for Chi­nook Re­gional Hospi­tal, and the Fash­ion Stud­ies pro­gram at Win­ston Churchill High School.

Nikki Cr­is­field

Haram­bee Grand­mas Fab­ric and Yarn Sale com­mit­tee Lethbridge

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