Port Dover Christmas Pub Crawl Raises $2,030 for United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk
The annual Port Dover Christmas/Charity Pub Crawl gained in popularity with additional stops and restaurants added to the event.
This year’s event supported United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk, bringing in a grand total of $2,030. The evening was epic with outstanding costumes, spirits, generosity and smiles creating a record crowd of over 225 people. The women’s team “Babes” competed with the men’s team “Boys” on which group could raise the most funds throughout the night. Once again, the women’s team was victorious.
The Port Dover Christmas Pub Crawl was pleased to collaborate with the United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk again this year in support of Port Dover and area’s R.E.A.C.H. Program. Working together to help fundraise for a local program that targets social challenges and builds strong healthy communities is always a win-win-win scenario.”Louie Brzozowski (event organizer)
This is a fun event with approximately 45 minutes at each stop, the Pub Crawl added additional locations and this year started at the Port Dover Legion, then on to The Beach House, to the Fisherman’s Catch, The Terrace Room, Southside Louie’s, 211 Main and the final stop, with a live band and dancing, was The Brig at the Norfolk Tavern.
“Our heartfelt thanks to Louie and his wife Jodi-Anne for their continued dedication to promoting and organizing this event. It was so much fun! We are incredibly grateful to be the recipients of our community’s generosity and want to thank everyone that participated. You are all true community champions.”Kim Shippey, Executive Director of United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk