Princeton and A&W Show n’ Shine make yearly gift presentations

Each year organizers choose whom they feel could benefit from the funds.

Kay Goglin

The Princeton and A&W Show and Shine hosts a yearly car show on Bridge Street and funds raised during the show are donated back into the community.

Each year organizers choose whom they feel could benefit from the funds.

Mac and Frank MacDonald coordinators of the car show, Otto Coers, show sponsor, John Draper, treasurer and Kay Goglin, assistant are pleased to present the following people and the organizations they represent with the benefits from the 2013 Princeton and A&W Show and Shine.

Rick Gullason, vice president of the Princeton Extrication Society (Highway Rescue) accepts a $2000 cheque towards the purchase of the new rescue truck.

Cherie Whittaker, manager accepts $700 to cover the cost of purchasing 2 new Handheld Pulse Oximeters for the emergency room at Princeton General Hospital. (They will assess oxygen saturation and pulse rate) and Rob Bett manager of Cooper’s Foods accepts $500 to go to Children’s Hospital through Cooper’s Foods – community supporter.

 

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