Legion bike draw to support aquatic centre


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Motorcycle donated to the Legion by LongRange Services Ltd., an oilfield services company in Kindersley

LongRange Services

David Burke, who serves as sergeant-at-arms for the Kindersley Legion, stands beside the new Johnny Pag Malibu Motorcycle being raffled off in the Legion’s Bike Draw at the Red Lion Inn during the Goose Festival weekend. A local business operator donated the motorcycle to the Legion after winning it in a raffle organized by the Canadian Legion of Riders.

Kenneth Brown
of The Clarion

A circle of events led to a motorcycle being donated to the Kindersley Legion and the branch is raffling off the motorcycle to raise money for the aquatic centre.

Tickets are now being sold for the Legion Bike Draw. There is a limited number of tickets for the draw, so you have to act fast.

You get two tickets for $25 and only 300 tickets are being sold, so there are only 150 opportunities to purchase tickets.

The bike, a new Johnny Pag Malibu Motorcycle, was donated to the Legion by LongRange Services Ltd., an oilfield services company in Kindersley. You can purchase tickets until Nov. 26 for the draw.

James Crowley of LongRange Services donated the motorcycle to the Legion on behalf of the company after winning the bike on July 9 through the Canadian Legion of Riders (CLR) Charity Raffle.

David Burke, the sergeant-at-arms for the Kindersley Legion, is a spokesperson for the bike draw. Get tickets by sending an email to kindersleybranch57@gmail.com or by calling Burke at 306-460-8389.

For more on this story, please see the Oct. 4 print edition of The Clarion.

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