The Golden Gears Club continues to spread the ‘gold’

Seen in above image: Club Vice-President Joe Shields presents a cheque for $250 to Bev Beck, Fund-Raising Chairperson for the Auxiliary. Looking on is Barb Black, a member of the Golden Gears. Similar donations have also been made to the South Dundas Snowsuit Fund and the Iroquois Waterfront Development Committee, along with several others to come. Courtesy photo

NATION VALLEY —  The Golden Gears Club is dedicated to raising money for local and deserving charities and this Fall they have continued their generosity by spreading their earnings out among several different causes in the region.

The Golden Gears made donations of $250 each to both the Christmas Exchange and the Community Food Share Building Fund. 

Seen in image above: Dale Cook, a member of the board of directors of the car club makes the presentations to Carol Richer of the Christmas Exchange and Amy Jamieson of Community Food Share. Courtesy photo

The club also approved a donation of $250 to Dundas County Hospice and the presentation took place recently. 

Seen in image above: Anne Morin of the Golden Gears presents the cheque to Paul Renaud representing the Hospice board. Courtesy photo

At a recent meeting of the Golden Gears Car Club, funds from the club’s half and half draw and raffle at the August car show and concert were disbursed.  One of the recipients was the Winchester District Hospital Auxiliary.  

Seen in image above: Faye McCurdy, Bev Beck and Marilyn McCurdy who volunteered at the Hospital Auxilaries annual Gift Sale. Courtesy photo

 

Their donations are greatly appreciated by many non-profit organizations in the community.

“The Golden Gears Car Club donated to our bazaar. This donation just pushed us over the $4k. Super support from the community!” said Bev Beck.

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