Thanks to the generosity of all those who bought tickets for the Condors Masters Raffle, the Rotary Club of Ottawa Kanata Sunrise presented a cheque today to the Capital City Condors for $8,000. The support of the local community led to more than $17,000 being raised in total, with monies also going to the Rotary Club’s volunteer efforts in the city such as the Kanata Food Cupboard, Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre, West Ottawa Community Resource Centre, Rotary Home and Support our Troops fund.
(pictured left-to-right: Kanata North Councilor Marianne Wilkinson, Dwight Brown from the Rotary Club, Ian Anderson of the Condors, John Beard also from the Rotary Club, and Kanata South Councilor Allan Hubley)
Well, now it’s feeling like summer!
Difficult to consider that just a week ago we were slightly chilled as we played around the Marshes at the Kyle Turris / Capital City Condors Golf Classic. And while we might have been a bit cooler than desired, we remained quite DRY, despite the 90% chance of heavy rains which had been forecast a day earlier. We are VERY grateful that the rains held off, and we were able to enjoy an incredible day together. I’ve said it often over the last number of years, and I heard a few of you say it on Monday, being around these special kids warms you up anyway, so enjoy the moment!
We sold out in under 6 hours! THANK-YOU for your amazing support!!
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Please see the attached document for information about Cedar Hockey Trees being produced by Condors dad, Bruce Macdonald!
Thank-you, Bruce, for your tremendous generosity and for sharing your talents with us through this exciting and practical project!
Information on Hockey Trees