Laugh Your Cans Off

T he Border Riders Snowmobile Club will present a night of laughs this Saturday Feb. 19 at the Forum. “Laugh Your Cans Off” will raise funds for the local snowmobile club while collecting food items to benefit the Granville Ecumenical Council’s food pantry at St. Mary’s Church.

Patrons will receive a ticket for door prizes with each non-perishable food item brought in for donation. Organizers said the comedians of the night will be Vinnie Mark, Pete Sasso and Chris Monty.

Mark and company are comedy club circuit regulars who have made numerous stand-up comedy fundraising appearances across the region. The show starts at 7 p.m. and tickets will be $15 in advance or $18 at the door.

Contact Chris Rathbun at 642-9283, or Elaine Daigle 642-1438 for tickets. Anyone wishing to make a donation for the door prizes call Rathbun at the number above.

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