HAGERSVILLE – Hagersville Secondary School showcased a variety of festivities for their 2017 Spring Fling on Saturday, May 13, where students and staff helped to bring in revenue for the school.
From baked goods to a plant sale just in time for Mother’s Day, the event also showcased a wide variety of wares with more than 40 vendors that attracted a large crowd.
But, a piece of the event that brought funds to two places within the Six Nations community was the DRIVE4UR – DRIVE4WE Event, as a partnership with Heaslip Ford Sales Ltd.
The signature test drive fundraiser has raised more than $8 million for community organizations, as Ford Canada donated $20 for each test drive (up to $6000) at the Spring Fling.
As Hagersville Secondary is the partnered school, their selection of “economic empowerment” focused the funds to Ganohkwasra Family Assault Services and the Indspire Charity. The funds that have been provided will help to promote security, safety and support to those in need.
After attracting visitors from across the area, all events that made up the Spring Fling made it a success.