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THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR WONDERFUL SILENT AUCTION DONORS!

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The fundraising dinner raised a wonderful total of $12,097.00.

 

 

Thank you to all our fantastic donors and supporters. 

West jet

Via Rail

Costco

Giant Tiger

Michael Abrams

Michael Qaqish – Ottawa City Councillor

Broadway Bar and Grill – Fisher

Funhaven

Ottawa Hunt Club

Joy Maertens

Delta Ottawa

The Athletic Club

Little Rays Reptiles

Mill Street Brew Pub

The Royal Oak

Goodlife Fitness

Darcy McGee’s

The National Arts Centre

Queenswood Stables

Melodie Duncan

Airbonne

Mike Runciman

Jerome Photography

Bridgehead

Cathi Carroll

Escape Manor

Nates Deli

ted Walks

Donnelly Mitsubishi

Goldwing Auto Care

Karson Aggregates

Brookstreet Hotel

Kateri Clark

Free Form Fitness

Melody Duncan

 Movati – Barrhaven

Mel & Joyce Conboy

Chefx

Karson Aggregates

Broadhead Brewing Co.

Anytime Fitness

The Urban Element

Moon Shadow Stables

Rivermead Golf

Monkey Around

Patty’s Pub

The Arc Hotel

Morguard

Car Canada

The Halifax Group

Cosmic Adventures

Stonebridge Golf Club

Partridge Acres

Samadhi Wellness

Westin Hotel

Monkey Joe’s

Synergy Chiropractic

Carleton Yacht and Country Club

Village Green Dental Care

Donnelly Automotive Group

Ottawa Senators Foundation

Saunders Farm

Carolyn Nikolai

Lucas Nault

Gordon Reid

Bushtukah

Tim Horton’s

Broadhead Brewing Co.

Trialto Wine Group

Sonia Bandulet

Debbie Stocker

Nancy MacLeod

AND ALL TROTT SUPPORTERS!

TROtt Holiday Cards

TROtt Holiday Cards – Orders closed

 Cover CardTROtt will be selling cards for the 2015 Holiday season – featuring one of TROtt’s most loved therapy horse’s – Charlie!

Pre-orders are now complete and cards will arrive at TROtt no later than November 15th.

Details:

Price: $15 for 10 cards (includes envelopes)

Paper: Printed with a high gloss coating for a smooth, shiny finish

Size: 5”x 7” (vertical)

Inside: “Wishing you a wonderful holiday season and a joyous New Year!”

Annual TROtt Night at the Races Fundraiser

CALLING ALL RIDERS, SUPPORTERS AND VOLUNTEERS!

 

TROtt Poster 2015The annual TROtt Night at the Races Fundraiser will be held on

 Sunday October 25th 2015 @ 6pm

 If you would like to attend, tickets are now available:

$45.00 (Adult)

$35.00 (Youth 6-12 years)

Corporate tables for 6 @ $370.00 

 Tickets are available through the TROtt office or please e-mail Lisa-Marie @ lmloeffen@rogers.com

 If you would like to donate to the silent auction, please e-mail Victoria @ victoria.andrew@sympatico.ca  

Upper Canada Village and Rare Breeds Canada

Over $400 was raised for TROtt at the auction! So many wonderful people to thank!

  •  Pamela Heath from Rare Breeds Canada for thinking of TROtt as the recipient of the auction proceeds at Horse Day on Saturday September 5th held at Upper Canada Village!
  •  Bruse Henbest, coordinator at Upper Canada Village for allowing TROtt to be part of their fundraising auction.
  •  John Mills, the wonderful artist who painted the Canadian mare and foal and then donated the painting to the auction for TROtt.
  •  Arnold Lafave a teamster at Upper Canada Village for creating the wonderfully conceived walking cane and a rustic wooden “scene” on a cross-section of a pine log, which were also donated to the auction for TROtt.UCV

 Finally but certainly not least, Robert Filliol who purchased the painting AND the cane on Saturday!  The painting was for his daughter Stephanie’s birthday!

 We have invited Stephanie and her family to visit TROtt to see first hand where the money raised will be spent.