Emcees and auctioneers extraordinaire Cheryl Jorgensen and Chris Stewart did a great job Saturday night at the Port McNeill Rotary Club’s annual Spring Fling, which raised thousands of dollars for the Rotary Trail. JOHN HARDING PHOTO

Rotary’s Spring Fling raises money for Port McNeill trail

Saturday was also a night to celebrate Rotary’s contribution to the NISS climbing wall

Thousands of dollars were raised Saturday night for the Rotary Trail in Port McNeill at the club’s annual Spring Fling dinner and auction.

Last year’s event raised $13,000 for the impressive climbing wall at North Island Senior Secondary, which young and old got to try out Saturday at NISS.

See the May 3 edition and keep checking www.northislandgazette.com for more details and photos.

 

Four-year-old Abigail Downey gave the climbing wall a try at North Island Secondary School on Saturday night during the Port McNeill Rotary Club’s annual Spring Fling. Last year, the club raised $13,ooo for the wall on Spring Fling night. JOHN HARDING PHOTO

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