Royal LePage Royal City Realty hosts ‘Summer Soiree’ in support of local women’s shelter

Summer Soiree guest Craig Hyatt makes a risky move playing life-sized Jenga. (image courtesy of @me photography)

Royal LePage Royal City Realty raised more than $19,000 at their inaugural ‘Summer Soiree,’ held on August 23 at The Aberfoyle Mill in Puslinch, Ontario. 100 per cent of funds raised will benefit Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis, via the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation.

One hundred and thirty guests attended the Soiree, which featured backyard games, including a life-sized replica of Jenga which was hand-made for the occasion by sales representative Len Day. Live band, Southbound Soul, performed, with dancing and silent and live auctions rounding out the evening.

Committee members Jeff Morley, Gillian Shannon, Jordan Brown, Karen Jans, Stephanie Riley, Len Day, David Halls, Jeff Dodd, Michelle Martelli, Kelly Richards and Donna Doouss are already planning for next year’s event, scheduled for Thursday, August 15, 2019.

Summer Soiree co-chairs and Royal LePage Royal City Realty professionals Gillian Shannon (director of operations) and Jeff Morley (managing broker).


The Royal LePage Royal City Realty Summer Soiree took place under an impresive tent on the grounds of The Aberfoyle Mill. (image courtesy of @me photography)

Summer Soiree volunteers and Royal LePage Royal City Realty staff, from L-R: Cindy Tang, Jordan Brown, Andrea Kendall, Rhonda Flaherty and Madison Vettoretto. (image courtesy of @me photography)

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