Boogie Benefit for ALS

ALS Fundraiser

Thunder Bay – LIVING – Tara O’Brien, is hosting a Boogie Benefit for ALS on Saturday, November 24th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. in Thunder Bay, ON at the Moose Lodge #947 at 434 Fort William Road. The cost of admission is $15.00 in advance or $20.00 at the door and all proceeds raised will be donated to ALS Society of Canada.

The fundraising goal is $5,000.00.

The event will feature dancing, socializing and music by Tara O’Brien, Wayne Faulconuer, Tender Mercy’s Reunion and The Roosters.

Tickets are on sale (by cash purchase) as of October 15th, 2018 at Chaltrek, International House of Tea, J.B. Evans, Moose Lodge #947, Music World and Wilderness Supply and can be reserved through Moose Lodge #947 or by going online to Boogie Benefit for ALS group on Facebook.

Boogie Benefit for ALS is about people and families coming together to host a fundraiser to help improve the daily lives of Canadians living with ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis – a terminal disease) and to celebrate a hopeful future without ALS.

This event is supported by ALS Society of Canada and is being held in honour of the late Ronald George Franklin (Few of a View Columnist – Senior Paper) and Sharon DePiero and Canadians living with ALS.

For more event information please contact Tara O’Brien on the Facebook Group – Boogie Benefit for ALS(Online donations can be made through the Facebook group page or ALS Society of Canada events page – Boogie Benefit for ALS).

We would like to thank our supporters and the public for their consideration to support and/or attend this event. Your help and attendance mean a lot to the event hosts and the ALS community.

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