Drayton Rotary Cruise Night a success

DRAYTON – Organizers declared the Drayton Rotary Club’s first Cruise Night “a huge success,” with 40 cars showing up, great food, music and food donations made by the community.

“Thanks to everyone who made this so successful, especially Tracy and Jason, Mary Thompson and the Rotary members,” the club states in a press release.

Members are looking forward to Sept. 9, from 6 to 8pm, when “we will be doing it again – bigger and even more fun, if possible.”

Again the Cruise Night will be across from the Drayton Fire Hall.   


Cruise Night in Drayton – The Drayton Rotary Club held the first of three planned Cruise Nights on Aug. 12 from 6 to 8pm across from the Drayton fire hall. Cruise Nights are also planned for Sept. 9 and Oct. 7, at the same time/location. The events will include a barbecue, 50/50 draw and plenty of classic vehicles from all over the area. Admission is a donation to the local food bank.


Wine fundraiser

The Rotary Club is excited to announce its newest fundraiser: a Wine Elimination Draw on Sept. 6. with a buffet and draw that will start at 6:30pm.

There will be 100 tickets available for the Chop House, where participants can enjoy a buffet dinner (dinner not included in ticket price) and meet the new general manager and new executive chef.

There are only 100 draw tickets available. You don’t need to be at the dinner to win. Information and tickets are available at: draytonrotaryclub.ca.

First prize is 50 bottles of wine, 25 red and 25 white.  Second prize 30 bottles and third prize is 20 bottles. Fourth prize is a wine tour.

All profits from the draw will go toward an accessible washroom for ABC Park.