Dufferin Grey ATV Club’s Directors elected to donate $1,000 to the Owen Sound Fire Relief Victims fund.
President Tim Allen delivered the funds to the United Way of Bruce/Grey.
United Way expressed their gratitude to the club on behalf of the 15 families who lost their homes in the August 2015 fires.
Dufferin Grey ATV Club was happy to host a Telus Ride for Dad poker run, with the proceeds going to fight prostate cancer.
Members of Dufferin Grey ATV Club’s Executive were called upon to participate in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Alison, Tim, Vera, Pete and Jamie getting ready to GET COLD!
The morning of October 5, 2013 was overcast and threatened rain when 80 machines arrived in Markdale, signed in and traveled through the beautiful Beaver Valley and the Municipalities of Grey Highlands and Chatsworth to assist DGATV to raise $2,250 to be donated to the Grey Highlands Health Services Foundation as part of the CKNX Health Care Heroes Radiothon. Ron Goldsmith delivered DGATV’s cheque to the radiothon that was held in Wingham on October 19th.
Poker hand winners were: Melinda Bates receiving carrier for the back of the ATV that was donated by Thomboys; Don Orth won the Allstar Resort weekend away for 4 people; and the monitor donated by Wright Net Designs was won by Tom Bowman. Some of the other businesses that donated were Strictly Recreation, Larry’s, M.a.N’s, Parkway Yamaha, J & R Cycle, Highland Grounds in Flesherton, Top O’ The Rock, Jim Turnbull Inc., Ams Oil, rentals and numerous other businesses.
Ruth Ann Turnbull and the Event Committee did an excellent job planning this event as well as carrying it through and making sure everyone received their winning prize
Dufferin Grey ATV Club was pleased to present a cheque for $2,250 raised by our riders in the Ride for the Radiothon to Centre Grey Health Services Foundation.
Many enthusiastic ATVers arrived early Saturday, September 3, 2011 to assist the Dufferin Grey ATV Club in raising funds for the Childhood Cancer Canada Foundation.
This ride departed from Markdale in the early morning and the riders followed the trail through Grey Highlands and Chatsworth Townships.
Lunch was served at the opening of the new trail near Walters Falls before heading back to Markdale where prizes were given away.
The poker hand winners were Don Wright for top hand receiving the weekend getaway for two at Waterfalls Lodge. Jeff Elliot selected the jacket from Kymco Canada and Bruce Newman received the barbecue.
The biggest event of the day took place in front of the audience of riders as two of the members, Vera Lloyd and Paul Smith, donated their hair to the charity raising approximately $1,700.
The buzz about Paul Smith and Vera Lloyd
President Vera Lloyd (middle) of the Dufferin Grey ATV Club was delighted to pass the proceeds from our fundraising ride to support Childhood Cancer Canada Foundation.
A cheque was given to the Childhood Cancer Canada Foundation in the amount of $3,066 following the event. Way to go Riders!