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LETTER: Bikers, vendors raise $1,000 for local children battling cancer

A Newmarket poker run event supported Southlake Regional Health Centre
Robert Waldman of One Eyed Jacks MC and Gord Fyfe and John Davis of Black Gold Leather and Knife Co. present $1,000 to Southlake Foundation CEO Susan Mullin. Supplied photo/One Eyed Jacks MC

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On behalf of Black Gold Leather and Knife Co. and ONE EYED JACKS MC, we would like to thank for taking the time to come to our event Sunday, Aug. 18. It was our pleasure to present a cheque for $1,000 to Southlake Regional Health Centre pediatric oncology clinic.

Although we held the poker run and show and shine to raise money for the pediatric oncology clinic, it was our participants and vendors that made this possible. 

Everyone had a good time at our event, made even better knowing that we were helping out a great cause. We are looking forward to next year’s event. 

On behalf of Gord Fyfe and John Davis of Black Gold, and myself, thank you again. 

Robert Waldman, President OEJMC