Ready, set, barbecue: Members of the Ponoka bantam Broncs football club were at Legacy Ford Aug. 10 for the team’s annual fundraising event, featuring players cooking hamburgers, for a donation, while others enticed vehicles on the highway to stop in. In addition to the public donations, the club benefited from the car dealership’s promotion which offered up $20 per test drive that was taken that day. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

Line up for a test drive and a burger

Ponoka’s bantam Broncs football club raises funds to help with equipment costs

Ready, set, barbecue: Members of the Ponoka bantam Broncs football club were at Legacy Ford Aug. 10 for the team’s annual fundraising event, featuring players cooking hamburgers, for a donation, while others enticed vehicles on the highway to stop in. In addition to the public donations, the club benefited from the car dealership’s promotion which offered up $20 per test drive that was taken that day.

Photos by Jordie Dwyer

Ponoka’s bantam Broncs football club raises funds to help with equipment costs

 

Ready, set, barbecue: Members of the Ponoka bantam Broncs football club were at Legacy Ford Aug. 10 for the team’s annual fundraising event, featuring players cooking hamburgers, for a donation, while others enticed vehicles on the highway to stop in. In addition to the public donations, the club benefited from the car dealership’s promotion which offered up $20 per test drive that was taken that day. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

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