Claudette McGuire, executive director of Battlefords Union Hospital (BUH) Foundation, has announced G&C Asphalt continues to support BUH Foundation’s Ladies’ Night as the Gold Sponsor.
Over the years BUH Foundation’s Ladies’ Night has grown to be an incredibly popular event. This year’s Ladies’ Night – “80s Night! Game On” event will take place Oct. 18 at the Gold Ridge Centre, North Battleford. Frazer and Jennifer Bonin of No Frill will once again provide. The ladies will certainly enjoy being entertained by Banger Bingo an engaging, interactive comedy game show based on favourite rock anthems of all time.
Fundraising efforts will be supported through silent auctions, raffles, and the chance to win a diamond ring, courtesy of Zeke’s Jewellers. 2019 Ladies’ Night - “80s Night! Game On” will finish with raffles followed by dancing.
Tickets are now on sale and are available at the BUH Foundation office or by calling 306-446-6652.
McGuire says the BUH Foundation thanks the incredibly talented, hard-working and dedicated Ladies’ Night Chairs Amanda Maunula and Anna Bast for their help.
“Thank you to all of our contributors and the support of businesses and individuals; we are truly grateful for your kind assistance,” said McGuire. “Your generosity makes a difference in your community and will enrich health care as we raise funds towards the purchase of a new HC3 ventilator for BUH’s respiratory department.
McGuire said G&C Asphalt, North Battleford is run by a close-knit group of people who are passionate about their work and community. G&C Asphalt started as a small paving/aggregate company over 30 years ago and, through their reputation for quality work, have grown into an organization that has operations going on in communities all throughout northwest Saskatchewan. G&C Asphalt was built on the idea that success needs to be shared and they have carried on that belief throughout the years and are recognized for the support they provide the communities they operate in.