Mayor takes up Ice Bucket Challenge in Harrison

Council throws out challenge to neighbouring District of Kent

  • Sep. 10, 2014 1:00 p.m.

Harrison's Mayor Leo Facio (left) and councillors John Buckley (centre) and Sonja Reyerse all took on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge last week

 

Harrison’s Mayor Leo Facio (left) and councillors John Buckley (centre) and Sonja Reyerse all took on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge last week, making personal donations to the ALS Society. They forwarded a challenge to the District of Kent council, and that challenge was officially accepted in council chambers on Monday night. A date for the Kent challenge has not yet been announced, but several members of council have committed to donating money from their pockets for the cause.

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