Turkey Point Marina

Presentation of a cheque to the London Children’s Health Foundation took place on October 1st, 2013 in Turkey Point.  On hand for the presentation were, from left to right, Volunteer Iris Loder, Norfolk County Councilor Jim Oliver, Jennifer Baxter of the London Children's Health Foundation, Brad Thomson, General Manager of MacDonald Turkey Point Marina Inc., Danny MacDonald, President of MacDonald Marine and Norfolk Mayor Dennis Travale.  Our 13th annual fundraising season ended with our Children's Health Foundation Bass Tournament that was held on Sunday, September 8th, 2013. I would like to thank all of our sponsors, competitors, volunteers and marina supporters who helped raise $7,150 this year for the London Children's Health Foundation.  Over the past 13 years we have raised $80,892 in total. More than 1,100 children from Norfolk and Oxford visit this hospital each year of 80,000 who visit province-wide. I would like to thank everyone who has been involved over the past 13 years and I look forward to working with everyone again in the future, Brad Thomson.

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