Harry Pratt Memorial BBQ raises funds for KDH


The annual Harry Pratt Memorial BBQ was held at the Rush Truck Centre in Kemptville last week, with a new approach to bbq in times of pandemic. This year, it was a drive-through event, where people could have their order served to them in their vehicles by properly masked and distanced servers.

As a result of the efforts of many, the Kemptville District Hospital Foundation was presented with a cheque for $3,765. This was a record year for the event, and organisers hope to surpass it again next year.

Thanks to Les Winters owner of Fat Les’s Chip Stand who donated 100% of all the food and drinks to help provide a fabulous donation to the Kemptville District Hospital Foundation. Thanks to the folks at the Rush Truck Centre at the Kemptville location for following the tradition established by Gerald Tallman and Tallman Trucks, and providing the space and encouragement for the event.


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