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Golden Log Truckers Association makes donation to community foundation

A donation was made by the Golden Log Truckers Association to Community Foundation.

  • Apr. 20, 2013 1:00 p.m.

Ryan Watmough, Executive Director

Golden & District Community Foundation

The Golden & District Community Foundation (GDCF) was recently given a large gift from on their most dedicated supporters, the Golden Log Truckers Association (GLTA).

Chris Schaap was on hand to present the cheque for $5,000 on behalf of the GLTA. This donation is added to their already substantial endowment fund, which helps a variety of community groups through the GDCF’s annual Community Grants Program.

Mr. Schaap will also be speaking at the upcoming GDCF AGM on Thursday April 18 at 7 p.m. at The Island Restaurant. All are welcome to attend.

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