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Fergus divides truck show loot

FERGUS, Ont. - All of the bills have been paid and the organizers of the 2000 Fergus Truck Show say $25,600 has officially been raised for the community groups assisting with last year's running of th...


FERGUS, Ont. – All of the bills have been paid and the organizers of the 2000 Fergus Truck Show say $25,600 has officially been raised for the community groups assisting with last year’s running of the popular event.

The list of groups, and how much money each received, includes:

Alma Optimist Club, $2,017.72;

Community Living, $552.80;

Community Pantry, $1,064.14;

Fergus Big Sisters, $1,534.02;

Fergus Devils Jr. C Hockey, $469.88;

Fergus Highland Rugby, $4,795.54;

Fergus Kinsmen, $663.36;

Fergus Optimist Club, $1,395.85;

Fergus Tennis Club, $1,243.80;

Groves Hospital Volunteer Association, $442.24;

Legion of Broom, $2,390.86;

Men for Missions, $4,311.84;

Royal City Ambassadors, $4118.36;

and, St. John Ambulance, $600.

July 21 and 22 will mark this year’s Fergus Truck Show, which will feature a show and shine, truck pulls and even more 18-wheeled events for the whole family. n


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