Fishing derby raises thousands for Royal LePage Shelter Foundation

Royal LePage broker-owners from across Canada converged on Campbell River, British Columbia in August to participate in the second annual Royal LePage Fishing for Shelter Derby. Jim Morris, Manager, Western Canada for Royal LePage reported that more than $4,000 was raised in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation, Canada’s largest public foundation dedicated exclusively to funding women’s shelters and violence prevention programs. “We had 18 Royal LePagers attend this year’s broker retreat and fishing derby and managed to catch an incredible amount of salmon while raising funds for this very important cause,” said Morris.  “We are already looking forward to next year’s event at Painter’s Lodge which will take place August 18 -20, 2016.”

Fishing in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation are from left to right: Steve Grant, Gregg Hart, Paola Stewart, Debbie Morris, Gary Gray, John Byers, Mike Duggleby, Rick Siweck, Alan Stewart, Jim Morris, Claudette and Tom Edenoste and Randy Ryalls. Missing from photo are: Michael Trites, Gerry Storoschuk, Dale Panteluk, Bryan Watkins and Ron Pheifer.

Fishing in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation are from left to right: Steve Grant, Gregg Hart, Paola Stewart, Debbie Morris, Gary Gray, John Byers, Mike Duggleby, Rick Siweck, Alan Stewart, Jim Morris, Claudette and Tom Edenoste and Randy Ryalls. Missing from photo are: Michael Trites, Gerry Storoschuk, Dale Panteluk, Bryan Watkins and Ron Pheifer.

 

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