Members of the Vankleek Hill Fair board stopped by The Review to pick up a cheque for $550 last week. The funds represent a share of the Vankleek Hill Christmas Home Tour (2015). Seen here from left to right are: Vankleek Hill Fair board members Amanda Cowan, Penny Filiatrault and fair board president Bev Newton, along with Review publisher Louise Sproule and Review staff members Irene Senczyszyn and Diane Duval. The home tour benefits local community organizations by sharing proceeds from the home tour; in exchange, community organizations provide volunteers to the event, which is coordinated by The Review. The 2016 edition of the event takes place on Saturday, November 5, 2016. To find out how your organization can apply for funds, see the ad in the August 24 print edition of The Review. Photo Theresa Ketterling
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