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Lioness Club provides zoo visit for Bridge Workshop clients

The Lioness Club recently presented a cheque to the Bridge Adult Service Centre. On hand for the presentation was: (front) Gary Cormier, client at the BASC, (back, from left) Anne March, executive director of the Bridge Adult Service Centre; Hal Davidson, board member of the BASC; Joanne Hopper, assistant executive director of the BASC; Allen Melanson, client at BASC, and Shirley LeBlanc, immediate past president of the Lioness Club.
The Lioness Club recently presented a cheque to the Bridge Adult Service Centre. On hand for the presentation was: (front) Gary Cormier, client at the BASC, (back, from left) Anne March, executive director of the Bridge Adult Service Centre; Hal Davidson, board member of the BASC; Joanne Hopper, assistant executive director of the BASC; Allen Melanson, client at BASC, and Shirley LeBlanc, immediate past president of the Lioness Club. - Dave Mathieson

AMHERST, N.S. – Thanks to a $2,000 donation from the Lioness Club, clients at the Bridge Adult Service Centre, located in Amherst, will visit the Moncton Zoo next Summer.

“It’s expensive because we have people in wheelchairs, so we need to rent two buses,” said Anne March, executive director at the Bridge Adult Service Centre.

One hundred per-cent of all money raised by the Lioness Club goes back into the community.

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