Whopping donation: (R-L) Ponoka Community Market manager Debbie Lamey along with Ponoka Coun. Sandra Lyon present Justin Kelly, chairman of the Ponoka Arts, Recreation and Cultural Society (PARCS) with a donation of $17,092.50 on Dec. 16, all collected by the market since April. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTO: Big donation to PARCS

PARCS nets over $17,000 from community market

Whopping donation: (R-L) Ponoka Community Market manager Debbie Lamey along with Ponoka Coun. Sandra Lyon present Justin Kelly, chairman of the Ponoka Arts, Recreation and Cultural Society (PARCS) with a donation of $17,092.50 on Dec. 16, all collected by the market since April.

Photo by Jordie Dwyer

By Jordie Dwyer

PARCS nets over $17,000 from community market

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