Community support

To those who live up in Promontory Heights or travel through this area and may have wondered how Promontory Road remains so litter free; or how the many trails that you walk in the area came to be; or how some of the many planted boulevard trees that line the streets got there;

To those who live up in Promontory Heights or travel through this area and may have wondered how Promontory Road remains so litter free; or how the many trails that you walk in the area came to be; or how some of the many planted boulevard trees that line the streets got there; or how the bike lane traffic barrier at Johnson Packers corner came to be, it is because of the volunteer efforts by the Promontory Residents’ Association (PRA) of which I am a member. If you are wondering how to say thanks and at the same time help support this organization without participating in these events, then do I have the deal for you!

You can have a Chicken, Spaghetti, Salad & Garlic Toast Dinner that also includes your choice of a beer, cooler or highball all for just $10. This is our way of trying to raise funds for new safety vests for our monthly road cleanups. The dinner takes place at the Jolly Miller Pub in Vedder on Saturday, Sept. 24, 6-9 pm. To purchase tickets, please contact either myself, Shane Hennessy @ 604-997-9969 or Ken Newton 604-824-2068.

Shane Hennessy

Promontory Residents Association

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