Ice bucket challenge

Three members of municipal council participated in the ice bucket challenge fundraiser for the ALS Society

Three members of municipal council participated in the ice bucket challenge fundraiser for the ALS Society on Saturday morning at the fire hall.

Pouring icy water from left are firefighters Rick Leardo, Rob Robinson and Phil Marischuk. Seated are Coun. Martin Van Alphen, Mayor Janice Perrino and Coun. Orv Robson.Following their dousing, former mayors David Gregory and Tom Johnston were also drenched with cold water in the challenge.

The ice bucket challenge this summer has been to raise awareness about amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and to raise money for research into the progressive neuromuscular disease and treatment for those suffering from it.






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