Sooke Rotary Club president

Donation received to fix fencing around Art Morris Park

The Sooke Rotary Club donated $2,000 to the Sooke Minor Fastball Association for fencing repairs

Sooke Minor Fastball Association is grateful to the Sooke Rotary Club for their generous donation of $2000 for much needed fence repairs and safety improvements.

“Thank you to Deb Johnston and all Rotary members for their generous donation needed to provide the youth of our community with a safe environment to enjoy sport, leadership and team spirit. Quality volunteerism is what Rotary is all about, and the boys and girls in SMFA will grow into tomorrow’s volunteers,” said Chris Bryant, Sooke Minor Fastball Association vice-president.

The improvements will be felt immediately, as SMFA gears up to host Provincial championships this July. Volunteers are always welcome!

 

 

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