Community tailgate party raises funds for the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation

Royal LePage Powell River sales representative Brandy Peterson poses with ‘Rocko’, the Powell River Kings mascot, ahead of a community tailgate party in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation.

Royal LePage Powell River hosted a community tailgate party in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation. The party took place before a local Junior A hockey team game with the Powell River Kings, played on October 20.

The brokerage’s agents, staff and business partners sold draw tickets and organized a BBQ meal, raising $2,750. 100 per cent of funds were directed to the Powell River Transition House, an organization that provides safety to women and their children fleeing violence as well as counselling, helpline support, and community referrals.

Terry Kreisler, sales representative with Royal LePage Powell River, sells tickets at the brokerage’s community tailgate party in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation

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