The Le Roi Community Foundation (LCF) is pleased to announce the establishment of the St. Michael’s Catholic Public School Foundation Fund (SMCPSF). The fund will support the programs and services. The addition of this fund brings LCF total endowments to approximately $840,000. Earnings from LCF endowed funds are returned to local charitable organizations for projects that benefit the communities of the Lower Columbia Region. For information on how to donate to a fund or on how to leave a legacy in the community, please visit LCF website at www.leroifoundation.com. Receiving the cheque from Donal Park, President of SMCPSF is Colleen Sanders of LCF. Others in the picture are directors Walter Worosz and Gerald Klassen of SMCPSF and Louise McEwan of LCF.

St. Michael’s Catholic Public School Foundation Fund established

The fund will support programs and services

The fund will support programs and services

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