Fun day raises $1,200 for Rescue Squad

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June 2, 2016 12:00 AM

Stacey Westlake had her colours out to do some face painting

Boundary Ford celebrated a Family Funday last week “to give back to the community that we love so much,” said Jade Lacey, sales and marketing manager of the dealership.
Lacey said more than 250 people showed up for the event that showcased free bouncy castles, face-painting, kid tattoos and a $4 barbecue that helped the Lloydminster Rescue Squad raise about $1,200.
“We even tried to blow up an engine for some more extra fun for the adults,” said Lacey.
The dealership plans to hold another, similar event later this summer.
Clockwise from top right: Stacey Westlake had her colours out to do some face painting, Squirrels, Boundary’s mascot posed for a picture with Taya Lacey, and this unknown, face-painted young girl seemed to be having a blast.

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