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Pork Celebration and Free BBQ: Foodbank Fundraiser Drive

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Pork Celebration and Free BBQ:  Foodbank Fundraiser Drive

Time: October 2, 2009 from 11:30am to 1:30pm
Location: Southside Park, Boathouse Pavilion, Woodstock Ont.
City/Town: Woodstock
Phone: 519-801-5528
Event Type: foodbank, fundraiser
Organized By: Brad Mohr: bradm@agribrands.ca
Latest Activity: Oct 8, 2009

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Event Description

JOIN US FOR A COMMUNITY MEET & GREET &
FREE BBQ

TO CELEBRATE & PROMOTE OUR PRODUCT, OUR PRODUCERS & OUR INDUSTRY

A THANKSGIVING FOOD BANK DRIVE – SOMETHING WE CAN DO!

WHO: for all Producers, Industry Stakeholders & the Public

Donations kindly accepted for Food for Friends/Operation Sharing.

CONTACTS
Brad Mohr: 519-801-5528, bradm@agribrands.ca
Karl vanKlaveren: 519-788-2159
Alan Dehn: 519-788-2259

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