Mayor’s All Stars Christmas Benefit Show a successful fundraiser for Winchester Fire Station 3

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Councillor Tony Fraser emcees the Dec. 2 North Dundas Mayor's Gala Performance at the Old Town Hall. Zandbergen photo

Councillor Tony Fraser emcees the Dec. 2 North Dundas Mayor’s All Stars Christmas Benefit Show at the Old Town Hall. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News

A huge thank you to everyone who helped stage the fourth annual Mayor’s All Stars Christmas Benefit Show at the Old Town Hall, Fri., Dec. 2. Performers Marleen Fawcett, Benjamin Vreman, Gordon Wall, and six brave fire fighters from Winchester Fire Station 3, had the audience laughing and in awe.

Our emcee for the evening, Councilor Tony Fraser, proved that just because this is called “the mayor’s show” doesn’t mean one good deputy fire chief can’t step up and do a fabulous job, too! We also wish to thank Bob and Melissa Therriault for donating their time and excellence on sound and tech; Aaron Dellah for overseeing set-up; Kaitlin Herfkens and the Dundas Youth Group for running the canteen; The Barbeauian for yet another fab poster; and the local businesses who so generously donated door prizes: Cup of Jo’s, Dundas County Players, Dundas Theatre Committee, and the Main Street Clothing Company.

Together, this wonderful community raised $336.50 for Winchester Fire Station 3, a most deserving beneficiary!

Ann Brady & Gail Storring
Chairs, North Dundas Arts Council

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