Nowco Home Hardware’s 2nd annual Chairs for Charity raises over $6,000

Lacombe Minor Football, Terrace Ridge School both recieve donations from charity

Chairs for Charity ran in Lacombe from July 19-31 and had over 70 local businesses participating in the event.

Each business painted a chair in a creative way to be raffled off and over those 10 days raffle tickets were sold for the chairs for $5 each equalling a total of $6205.00 was raised — doubling last year’s total of $3100.

READ ALSO: Lacombe’s Chairs for Charity is back for second year

Deanna Nowochin, organizer of Chairs for Charity, along with Tami Clish, store manager at Home Hardware presented a cheque at MEGlobal Field with many local players and coaches in attendance, and this morning Tyler Nowochin, owner of Home Hardware presented a cheque for $3102.50 to the principal of Terrace Ridge School at a morning assembly.

-Submitted by Nowco Home Hardware

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