The Knights of Columbus had a great community response this weekend selling raffle tickets at King’s Independent. With both direct donations and 50% of ticket sales going to the Food Bank the Knight’s wish to express the following:
“The Knights of Columbus wish to sincerely thank everyone for their generosity in supporting our Charity Raffle by buying raffle tickets at King’s Independent this past weekend. Over $600 will be earmarked for the Richmond Food Bank. A special thanks to Chris King for allowing us to sell tickets at King’s Independent this past week-end.”
Come rock Richmond’s 200th Anniversary at a community bonspiel in conjunction with the Richmond Curling Club – March 15-17th. We welcome teams from local businesses, schools, churches, restaurants and residents. Entry fee of $100 includes two games, snacks and delicious homemade luncheon. A Junior Bonspiel will run on March 16th ($40 per team) daytime. All winners including Juniors will also play on Saturday in a championship game Saturday afternoon to will claim bragging rights for the next 100 years.
“The Richmond 200th Organizing Committee scores another goal with last Saturday’s Family Fun Day Skate held at the Richmond arena. Two hours of free family skating including a BBQ was enjoyed by more than 150 participants. They included the Duke of Richmond, our beloved Fox and Brooke Whaley winner of Ottawa Senators tickets. A special thank you to all the participants, our sponsors and the many volunteers including the BBQ master chef David Proulx.”