Present for a $5,000 donation to the Starfish Pack program were (from left) Rotarian Bev Hasenpflug, Dave Murray of the Abbotsford Food Bank, Rotarian Leslie McConnell, Woodtone vice-president Chris Dominato, and Rotary Club of Abbotsford president Stacey Irwin.

Rotary Club of Abbotsford donates $5,ooo for Starfish Packs

Money raised from recent playhouse raffle

The Starfish Pack Program at the Abbotsford Food Bank recently received a boost of funds from the Rotary Club of Abbotsford.

The club donated $5,000, raised from its playhouse raffle.

On hand to draw the ticket was vice-president Chris Dominato of Woodtone, which donated materials and built the playhouse.

President Stacey Irwin expressed appreciation for Woodtone’s generous donation and to Blackwood Building Centre for featuring the playhouse at their store and rallying ticket sales.

Special thanks was also given to fellow Rotarians for selling tickets and to organizers Bev Hasenpflug of Quantum Properties and Leslie McConnell of Myers Norris Penny Abbotsford.

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