Two families each benefit from $10K donations

Jun 30 • LifeNo Comments on Two families each benefit from $10K donations

From the Mezenberg family, Krista, holding Max; and Justin, holding Alex, accept a cheque for $10,000 from Wild Game Supper organizers Yvon Sterling, grand knight of Knights of Columbus council 9693, left; Bob Branquet, dinner organizer; and Norb King, right, chairman of the Wild Game Supper committee with the Knights of Columbus. The Mezenbergs will use the money to make modifications for their home and vehicle, as the two boys are developmentally delayed.

From the Mezenberg family, Krista, holding Max; and Justin, holding Alex, accept a cheque for $10,000 from Wild Game Supper organizers Yvon Sterling, grand knight of Knights of Columbus council 9693, left; Bob Branquet, dinner organizer; and Norb King, right, chairman of the Wild Game Supper committee with the Knights of Columbus. The Mezenbergs will use the money to make modifications for their home and vehicle, as the two boys are developmentally delayed.

The 21st annual Wild Game Supper, held in Pain Court, saw two families benefit this year.

The funds raised from the dinners, which have totalled in excess of $300,000 over the years, go to assist families in need.

This year, the Mezenberg family from Highgate and the Vlasmans in Chatham were the recipients of $10,000 each.

The event is sponsored and organized by the Knights of Columbus council 9693 in Pain Court

The Vlasman family was unable to be on hand to accept their cheque from the dinner, but Yvon Sterling, grand knight of Knights of Columbus council 9693, left; Bob Branquet, dinner organizer; and Norb King, right, chairman of the Wild Game Supper committee with the Knights of Columbus will ensure they receive their funds.

The Vlasman family was unable to be on hand to accept their cheque from the dinner, but Yvon Sterling, grand knight of Knights of Columbus council 9693, left; Bob Branquet, dinner organizer; and Norb King, right, chairman of the Wild Game Supper committee with the Knights of Columbus will ensure they receive their funds.

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