Community comes together in support of fire victims

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Musicians, such as Katrina Johnston (centre), donated their time and talents

The Cameron family of Saugeen First Nation recently lost their home and most of their entire belongings in a fire but, on Saturday, November 20th, an entire community came together to help them out.

Guy Mason (C) and fellow musicians came out in support

Musicians from the area donated their time and talents at a fundraising concert at the James Mason Centre at Saugeen First Nation on Saturday evening and organizations offered their help as well.

Rotarians (right) presented $2,000 in partnership with Square Deal Neil's and Paul Eagleson Furniture.

The Southampton Rotary Club joined forces with Square Deal Neil's of Southampton and Paul Eagleson's furniture to provide $1,000 each for furniture and appliances.

A final total of monies raised has yet to be determined.

Artwork prize won by Janet Kewageshig

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