Roasted Bacon at the bank

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Former Nova Scotia Premier Roger Bacon may have taken a few pokes during a roast in his honour in April, but it was all in good fun and played a major role funding next year’s youth curling program, Light Rocks.

Former Nova Scotia Premier Roger Bacon may have taken a few pokes during a roast in his honour in April, but it was all in good fun and played a major role funding next year’s youth curling program, Light Rocks. Amherst Curling Club president Joan Cameron received $1,704 from Scotia Bank Amherst Centre Mall Branch’s Victoria Hamilton and Maureen Penny on Wednesday, alongside the curling club’s bar chairman Paul Cormier. The matched-funds donation from Scotiabank brings the total raised from the roast for the curling program aimed at youth between the ages of eight and 12 years of age to over $3,400.

Amherst Curling Club president Joan Cameron received $1,704 from Scotia Bank Amherst Centre Mall Branch’s Victoria Hamilton and Maureen Penny on Wednesday, alongside the curling club’s bar chairman Paul Cormier. The matched-funds donation from Scotiabank brings the total raised from the roast for the curling program aimed at youth between the ages of eight and 12 years of age to over $3,400.

Organizations: Amherst Curling Club, Scotia Bank Amherst Centre Mall Branch, Scotiabank

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