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Fundraiser trade show hits $5,000
When Brooks mayor Barry Morishita learned the weekend’s Community Support Trade Show raised just over $4,900, he topped it to an even $5,000. The trade show was held at the Cenovus Flex Hall at the Lakeside Leisure Centre. “That is amazing,” said team leader Debbie Perini following the fundraiser. Upon learning of the mayor’s final donation, Perini said, “It didn’t shock us when we found out that the mayor topped it up with his own money.”
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Bandits cruise to convincing wins
Brooks Bandits hope fans will put a smile on the faces of children at Christmas through the team’s Teddy Bear toss Saturday night. Fans are encouraged to bring stuffed animals to the game and throw them on to the ice when the Bandits score their first goal. All stuffed animals will be donated to the Scotiabank’s Smiles For Christmas program. The Bandits continue to provide fans with competitive hockey. They picked up their eighth, ninth and 10th wins of the season in convincing fashion this past weekend.
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Tilley couple connects for World racing title
There seems to be no stopping Tilley’s Mike and Darlene Williams when it comes to racing success. The two recently became only the second Canadian team ever to win a National Hot Rod Association Lucas Oil World Championship. “It’s very humbling. The class that I race in is very competitive. To be able to finish first in the world is absolutely amazing,” said Williams in a telephone interview from Dawson Creek.
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