Ridge Meadows Rotary hands out funds to sports clubs

$89,600 to youth groups and local sports groups in Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge.

The Ridge Meadows Rotary Club handed out $49,150 to local sports organizations at a celebration dinner as part of its annual Duck Race fundraiser.

In total, the Ridge Meadows Rotary Club handed out $89,600 to youth groups and local sports groups in Pitt Meadows and Maple Ridge.

Each organization that sold tickets for the annual duck race received 100 per cent of the funds they raised.

Donations to local sports groups:

• Pitt Meadows Youth Basketball  – $11,500;

• Ridge Meadows Minor Softball – $10,250;

• Golden Ears Athletics – $7,200;

• Ride Meadows Knights Football – $4,000;

• Ridge Meadows Minor Ball Hockey – $3,000;

• Ridge Meadows Canoe and Kayak – $3,000;

• Ridge Meadows Speed Skating – $3,000;

• Haney Neptunes – $2,000;

• Ridge Meadows Minor Baseball – $1,800;

• Ridge Meadows Paddling – $1,000;

• Ridge Meadows Minr Hockey – $900;

• Ridge Meadows Special Olympics – $700.

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