Speedway seeks scrap

Tri-port stock car group looking to clean up and rebuild track with funding help from scrap metal salvage

Members of Tri Port Speedway are currently seeking volunteers to help clean up and rebuild the race track.

As a fund-raiser, members are collecting scrap metal such as washing machines, lawnmowers, old dead cars, anything metal which will then be sold for cash.

Anyone who has an item they would like to donate can arrange to have a member or volunteer pick up items or they can be dropped off beside the old veterinary clinic buildings in the race track parking lot.

For more information contact Lorne Downer at 250-230-3782 or Teresa Lee at 250-949-7273.

Tri-Port Speedway (also known as the “North Island Exhibition Grounds”) located 2 kilometres south of Port Hardy, is a 1/4 mile clay oval track.

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