Tye Friesen and Jason Bell from the Lacombe Kinsmen Club presented a cheque of $10,000 to the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation. The money was raised by the club during their recent 35th Annual Charity Auction to support the ongoing programs provided to the community by the foundation. Accepting the cheque for the LPACF is president Grant Harder and Vice President Brittany Maddox. (Photo Submitted by the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation)

PHOTO: Kinsmen donates $10,000 to Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation

Lacombe Kinsmen Club present a cheque of $10,000 to the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation

Tye Friesen and Jason Bell from the Lacombe Kinsmen Club presented a cheque of $10,000 to the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation. The money was raised by the club during their recent 35th Annual Charity Auction to support the ongoing programs provided to the community by the foundation. Accepting the cheque for the LPACF is president Grant Harder and Vice President Brittany Maddox. (Photo Submitted by the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation)

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Lacombe Kinsmen Club present a cheque of $10,000 to the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation

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