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Chef helps to raise over $70,000 for charity

PUSLINCH TWP. - Celebrity Chef Michael Smith attended a new fundraising event for Sunrise Therapeutic Riding and Learning Centre recently.

The Great Local Food Chef-Off was a success and included many local chefs in a gourmet food competition. Local farmers provided vegetables and meat for the chefs to use in their creations.

Sunrise riders entertained guests with two musical rides before the meal.

A live and silent auction raised additional funds for children with disabilities who use the centre.

Smith attended a meet and mingle the evening before the big event.

On Sunday afternoon, activities took place on the Sunrise farm.

 

July 22, 2011

 
 

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