Tobermory Primary Place Skating Fundraiser Attracts Local Families

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Photo: Visiting Grandma Marlene Hill – Andrew, April (Mom), Maleeya and Jayden enjoy hot dogs, giving the hot dogs a “thumbs up”.
By Joanne Rodgers, Bruce Peninsula Press 

The St Patrick’s Day Skating Fundraiser attracted local families and out-of-town grandkids and raised about $500 for the Tobermory Primary Place Child Care Centre. The Annual St Patrick’s Day skate has become a fun favorite March Break tradition for young families and visiting grandchildren.

Organized as a fundraiser for the Tobermory Primary Place Child Care Centre, the mid day event was held on March 15 at the Lion’s Head Arena.

With a range of activities for kids from crafts, cake decorating, games, face painting and skating, there was something to entertain the multi-generational families that came out to enjoy some March Break fun.

Mary Hewton-Robbins of the Booth donated the hot dogs, chips and juice boxes served at the event.

Photo: Mary from “The Booth”, Katie, Ella, Megan and Scarlett. The Booth donated all the food for the event.