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Book Sale Huge Success & Buy Tickets for April 6 Fundraiser
March 30, 2017
Book Sale Huge Success
The recent CAPT book sale was a huge success. It brought in $2,860–$2,306 in book sales and $555 in sales of CAPT calendars and Painted Land DVDs!! This is more than double the amount made at last year’s sale.
The success is due to hard working volunteers led by Dorothy Macnaughton. We cannot thank her and the volunteers enough but we do want to mention the names of some of them at the risk of forgetting someone:
- Dorothy and Richard Macnaughton, Donna and Mark Cushley, Pierre Verhelst, Joan and Al Johnston, Howie Wilcox, Gordon Smedley, Anne O’Connor, Dawne and Don Cunningham, Natasha Trozzo, Courtney Gillespie, Jamie McIntyre, Britta Wolfert, Jeff Hinich, Georgina Naccarato, Al Errington, Kathy Evoy, Ashleigh Sauve and Shabby Motley.
We also want to thank all of the people who contributed books. Many people commented on the excellent quality of the books donated.
There were also lots of new signatures added to the passenger train petition. Many, many thanks to all who came out to support the reinstatement of the passenger train!
Tickets for April 6 Fundraiser for Mask-wa Ootaban (The Bear Train)
If you haven’t already purchased your ticket for the April 6th Fundraiser Event featuring award-winner musician Ian Tamblyn, tickets are available at:
- Algoma Water Tower Inn & Suites
- Shabby Motley
- Missanabie Cree First Nation Offices
- The Rad Zone
- Model Railroad Club
- On line at www.captrains.ca
The music will be fabulous and the silent auction has wonderful items that have been donated by very generous train supporters. You can see photos of some of the items on the CAPT website: www.captrains.ca.
The event is sponsored by:
- Missanabie Cree First Nation, Coalition for Algoma Passenger Trains, Northern & Eastern Ontario Rail Network and Black Fly Jam.
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