A-Pork-Alypse helps to end polio

Every dollar raised at Saturday’s A-Pork-Alypse dinner, dance, auction fundraiser will help the fight to end polio around the globe.

Every dollar raised at Saturday’s A-Pork-Alypse dinner, dance, auction fundraiser will bring in four additional dollars for the fight to end polio around the globe.

“Every dollar people donate to Polio Plus turns into $5,” says Daybreak Rotary president Lori Macala. “For every dollar raised the federal government donates $2 and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation donates $2.”

The Daybreak Rotary’s A-Pork-Alypse fundraising dinner, auction and dance takes place this Saturday evening, Sept. 21 in the Let R Buck Saloon behind the Stampede Grandstand.

The hot menu for what could be a cool evening includes roast pork, corn on the cob, potato salad, coleslaw, baked beans, bannock, pie and ice cream.

After the auction of Daybreak Rotary Club services at 7:45 p.m. dancing begins to the music of Nite Hawk.

With a cash bar on site this is an adult only event.

Only 125 tickets are available at $50 each at The Williams Lake Tribune and Sandtronic or by calling Lori Macala at 240-305-8559.

Proceeds will go toward the Rotary International Polio Plus project and for local projects.