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SKATING FOR CASH

SKATING FOR CASH — With a total of $1,200, Jordana McEachern was the top fundraiser during the Glengarry Skating Club’s skate-a-thon, which went Saturday at McLaren Arena. About 30 skaters took part and raised $3,500. The money will be used to offset the ice rental fees for the skating club.   - Joe Fries/Western News
SKATING FOR CASH — With a total of $1,200, Jordana McEachern was the top fundraiser during the Glengarry Skating Club’s skate-a-thon, which went Saturday at McLaren Arena. About 30 skaters took part and raised $3,500. The money will be used to offset the ice rental fees for the skating club.
— image credit: Joe Fries/Western News

The Glengarry Figure Skating Club held a skate-a-thon to raise funds for the club last weekend.

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