Show, fundraiser help spe­cial adults

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - EDITORIAL -

R&L Farms and their fam­i­lies held their sec­ond an­nual an­tique show and auc­tion fundraiser and it was a huge suc­cess. Diane War­ren and her three grand­daugh­ters looked af­ter the bake sale ta­ble; Mike and Ni­cholas John­ston, Olivia Roberts and the Rogers girls pro­vided the en­ter­tain­ment; Steve Daw­son col­lected silent auc­tion items; many busi­nesses do­nated items to the silent auc­tion; oth­ers loaned their an­tique trac­tors, cars, en­gines and ar­ti­facts; and many oth­ers sup­ported the auc­tion by pur­chas­ing items at the auc­tion and do­nated money to the cause.

The 2015 event raised $5,562 for Com­mu­nity Con­nec­tions Inc., a non-profit or­ga­ni­za­tion pro­vid­ing em­ploy­ment, res­i­den­tial and sup­port ser­vices to adults with in­tel­lec­tual dis­abil­i­ties.

Happy New Year and see you at the farm in 2016. Peter Roberts, Ken­more, (R&L Farms)

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