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Ford of Canada helps with community fundraising efforts

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Wilf’s Elie Ford is looking for drivers who are 18 or over with a valid driver’s license.

As part of Ford Canada’s community programs, Wilf’s will have new vehicles, including the Taurus, Flex, Escape, Fusion, Fiesta, Focus, F-150, Mustang and Super Duty, available for test driving at T B Tire & Son in Starbuck (9 MacDonald St.) on Sept. 29 from noon to 7 p.m.

Stacey Wolanski with Wilf’s said each test drive will take approximately 10 minutes and will generate a $20 donation from Ford to the Starbuck Recreation Association.

"It’s such an easy fundraising event," she said. "And there’s no commitment to buy."

Association president Roger Duval agrees. "We’d like to put out a big ‘thank you’ to Ford for putting out this offer."

He said the money raised will be used to help pay off a recently-purchased ice resurfacer.

He hopes that those adults attending the annual Starbuck Fowl Supper that day will take the time to try out one of the vehicles.

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