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Easel Program: Wasaga Beach Lions

On Monday, May 29th, 2017, the Wasaga Beach Lions Club presented Chief Development Officer, Barry Munro with a cheque to fund spinal cord injury research. The Wasaga Beach Lions Club partners with Shoot for a Cure and Funding Innovation with our Easel Fundraising Program. Easels with a framed item are displayed at local businesses where patrons can place silent auction bids to purchase the item, with the net proceeds split between Shoot for a Cure and the Wasaga Beach Lions Club. We thank the Lions for their continued support of Shoot for a Cure.

On behalf of the Wasaga Beach Lions Club, Lion Bill Lee is pictured here presenting the cheque to Barry Munro.


26th Annual Spinal Tap Bonspiel – Wrap up!

On Saturday, March 25, 2017, Shoot for a Cure & CSRO celebrated Canada’s longest standing Bonspiels. The 26th Annual Goldline Spinal Tap Charity Bonspiel raised over $21,000 this year; this makes a total of over $645,000 raised in 26 years for spinal cord research. This year we had 90 curlers, and over 100 dinner guests celebrating Canada’s 150th Birthday all dressed in Red & White!

The curling portion of this event is always entertaining, and the newly added “Wheelchair Button Challenge” was the hit of the day! After the curling campions were awarded, the event was followed by a Red & White dinner and dance, with many silent auction items and raffle items to be won. After enjoying a Canadian themed meal, guests partied into the evening for a great cause.

On behalf of the Shoot for a Cure and CSRO team, we would like to thank all the fundraisers, curlers, dinner guests and sponsors for helping us put on yet another successful bonspiel! We could not have done it without your support!

This event would not be possible without Ryan Durham; we would like to say thank you, Ryan. You are a Cure Champion!

Until next year curlers!

For more pictures from the event day, visit our Facebook Page under Albums!






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