by Jane Adams
It’s ‘udderly’ exciting! The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 108 Winchester has announced that this year’s Great Canadian Cow Race is on – socially distanced of course. And the WDMH Foundation is thrilled to be one of five local charities and one national charity who will benefit again this year.
The event will take place virtually on Saturday, August 8, at 3 pm. It will be live streamed on the Nation Valley News Facebook page. The six cows in the race have all taken on a bit of a hockey theme. Thanks to jockey Dale Myers, who will be riding ‘ORRdalee’ in support of WDMH.
Due to COVID-19, there are no raffle tickets this year. Donors can support WDMH by donating directly to the Foundation’s Family Care Fund via CanadaHelps. Doing so is easy and you will receive a tax receipt right away.
“This race is a highlight of the summer and we’re so happy to be part of it,” says Foundation Managing Director, Kristen Casselman. “We hope everyone will make a donation and cheer on Dale and ORRdalee.”
For all the details, visit: https://www.facebook.com/RCLBranch108Winchester.
To make a donation, visit: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/50611.
The Family Care Fund does just that – supports families just like yours’. Donations to the Family Care Fund will be used where your gift is needed most: to buy new medical equipment, upgrade existing equipment or meet other urgent needs at WDMH. We work with our donors to help ensure compassionate, excellent health care.