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David Mack, Class of 1951, kicked off the BACF BASH Challenge by presenting a donation to BACF President Bob NasonThe Bridgetown Area Community Fund (BACF) has launched a Bridgetown Area Summer Homecoming (BASH) Challenge to raise funds to support future community projects. All former students of Bridgetown Regional High School are being asked to contribute what they can to this campaign. A tally (by class year) will be kept throughout the Challenge, which has an overall goal of $50,000.

BASH 2010 takes place July 14 – 18, with a full schedule of events and activities for all ages. The BACF will be a sponsor of the kick-off BASH Wine and Cheese on July 14th. Board members will be on hand to speak about the vital role the Fund has undertaken to help ensure that the Bridgetown area continues to offer a high quality of life for current and future residents. To learn how you can contribute to the BASH Challenge, go to www.bridgetownareacommunityfund.org and click on the BACF BASH CHALLENGE icon or contact BACF President Bob Nason at 665-5071.  

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The Bridgetown Area Community Fund was launched in 2008 as an endowment fund to support the broad concerns of the Bridgetown area community, including culture, education, heritage, recreation, tourism and volunteerism. The BACF is a member fund of the Community Foundation of Nova Scotia (CFNS), a charitable foundation established by and for the people of Nova Scotia and dedicated to building strong, healthy and vibrant communities. To learn more about the Fund, visit www.bridgetownareacommunityfund.org. To learn more about BASH 2010, visit www.bridgetownbash.ca.

Photo: David Mack, Class of 1951, kicked off the BACF BASH Challenge by presenting a donation to BACF President Bob Nason

Last Updated ( Thursday, 29 April 2010 )
 
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