Raising money for Cystic Fibrosis with a little help from Sarnia Street Machines

A ¬†fundraiser to support research into finding a cure for cystic fibrosis was held in the parking lot of Foodland in Bright’s Grove on Friday. The event was made possible with a little help from several members of Sarnia Street Machines and friends like Ken Swirsky, pictured with a number of young people who enjoyed the noon hour show.

Swirsky brought his 1972 Cougar to the party.

Fabien Jagoo, who owns a Cooperator’s Insurance agency in Sarnia and who has children with the disease, organizes the event every year.

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