Quadro pulls for Pyramid
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Feb 26, 2007  |  Vote 0    0

Quadro pulls for Pyramid

St. Marys Journal Argus

Quadro Communications has climbed on board in supporting the Pyramid Centre, with a $100,000 donation made just before the start of the new year.

For their support, the Kirkton-based Internet and telephone service provider will receive advertising rights on the new Zamboni that will be used for the two ice pads in the Pyramid Recreation Centre. These advertising rights also include the current Zamboni, which will be used as a back-up once the ice pads are ready for use.

Quadro Communications chair Bill Denham says, "Quadro's goal is to supply state-of-the-art high-quality communications to our customers, we also consider it our role to support our community in other ways. We take pleasure in being able to provide support to community infrastructure that can be enjoyed by families for many years."

"This commitment from Quadro shows excellent community-minded leadership," said mayor Jamie Hahn. "I am thrilled to see the amount of support that is being given to this project by our business community."

New website up and running

The online home for the Centre's fundraising activities is now www.pyramidrecreationcentre.ca. The site went live this week and features plans, donor lists, coming events, a question-and-answer section, as well as a volunteer form.

Donor Recognition Night

The Pyramid Recreation Centre Fundraising Committee is hosting a donor recognition night next Monday, January 15, at 7 p.m. at the St. Marys Community Centre. This is a free event that is open to the public. Corporate donors will be recognized publicly for their contribution to and support of the project.

Tickets still available for gala

Tickets and tables are going fast for the January 27 semi-formal fundraiser, but some are still available by calling Kelly Deeks at 519-284-3500, ext. 229. Cocktails begin at 6 p.m., with dinner, catered by Smith & Latham, starting at 7 p.m.

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