Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation President Grant Harder recently received a $5,000 cheque from the Rotary Club of Lacombe. Rotary Club of Lacombe President Bob Schindel and Rotarian Bev Randell presented the cheque at the Rotary meeting on March 29th. “For over thirty years the Rotary Club of Lacombe has been hosting our Rotary Lobster Dinner and then distributing the funds we raise to worthy projects like the Lacombe Performing Arts Centre.” said Schindel. This year’s 35th Annual Lobster dinner will be held on June 7th at the Lacombe Memorial Centre. Photo Submitted

PHOTO: Rotary supports Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation

LPACF President Grant Harder recently received a $5000 cheque from the Rotary Club of Lacombe

By News Staff Lacombe Express

LPACF President Grant Harder recently received a $5000 cheque from the Rotary Club of Lacombe

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