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N.L. partners team up to help Shriners help kids

Waving the first tickets to hit the market in a new fundraising drive for the Mazol Shriners Children’s Transportation Fund are (from left) Paul Rose, 2018 Mazol Shriners Potentate, Bert Hickman, president of Hickman Automotive Group, Rhonda Neary, NLCA president and James Loder, second vice-chair, NLCA and 50th anniversary planning committee and emcee for Wednesday’s event at Hickman Motors in St. Johbn's.
Waving the first tickets to hit the market in a new fundraising drive for the Mazol Shriners Children’s Transportation Fund are (from left) Paul Rose, 2018 Mazol Shriners Potentate, Bert Hickman, president of Hickman Automotive Group, Rhonda Neary, NLCA president and James Loder, second vice-chair, NLCA and 50th anniversary planning committee and emcee for Wednesday’s event at Hickman Motors in St. Johbn's. - Joe Gibbons

Newfoundland and Labrador — the Newfoundland and Labrador Construction Association (NLCA) has teamed up with the Hickman Automotive Group to give away a 2017 Chevrolet Spark LS to one lucky ticket-holder.

The announcement took place at Hickman Motors on Kenmount Road Wednesday morning, as well as the launch details of the NLCA’s 50th anniversary casino/charity auction and NLCA ROCK awards gala night, set for the Delta Hotel on March 3. 

All proceeds from ticket sales will go to support the Mazol Shriners Children’s Transportation Fund for children needing specialized medical care at one of the Shriners children’s hospitals. Tickets can be purchased for $10 each or 3 for $20, with only 10,000 printed, at the Hickman Automotive outlets across the province or at the NLCA office.

The Telegram is a major media partner for the March 3 event.

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