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Community Foundation holds ‘Greatest Hits’ fundraiser April 28

ELORA - It is time to put the fun back in fundraising at the upcoming Centre Wellington community party.

The Centre Wellington Community Foundation (CWCF) is hosting its second annual ‘Greatest Hits FUNdraiser’ on April 28.

It is time to brush off the dancing shoes and get ready for a great night of fun, food, friends and music in support of the Centre Wellington Community Foundation.

Held at the Elora Legion on Saturday, April 28, the fun starts at 6:30pm and goes to midnight. Don’t miss it.

“It’s called ‘Greatest Hits’ because organizers focus the event on the great work of donors and grant recipients. It’s the best way we found to explain what we can achieve together in our community,” said executive director Raymond Soucy.

There will be community involvement throughout from the many the local food providers to the wide variety of live and silent auction provided by members and organizations of the community.

Music is provided by the DJ Spenny of Riverfest Elora.

Tickets are $30 each and available at Santé and Café Serenity in Elora, Fraberts Fresh Foods in Fergus, or online at

For more details visit the organization’s website or Facebook event page “CWCFdn.”

April 13, 2018


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