LETTER: No dinner, but come anyway

Osprey's Community Tribute to former fire chief Simon Grypma on Wednesday is not a dinner event.

Simon Grypma

Re: “Opsrey Foundation honours Simon Grypma”

Thanks for spreading the word about Osprey’s Community Tribute to Chief Simon Grypma (at the Prestige Wednesday, 7 p.m). One thing needs clarifying, though it’s not a dinner event. There will be snacks, for sure along with tributes, toasts, entertainment, and auction items but it’s not a sit-down dinner. Just come and celebrate the contributions of Simon and other first responders to this community tickets are only $10. See: ospreycommunityfoundation.ca.

Vivien Bowers, Executive Director, Osprey Community Foundation


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