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Wrestlers help out Rutland hall

Since the Rutland Centennial Hall was built in 1967 as a Centennial project, the roof over time has deteriorated and begun to leak.

The Rutland Park Society, which oversees the park and hall, has embarked on a fundraising effort to help cover the costs of a new roof.

The recent May Days celebration was a part of that effort. The next  fundraiser happens on Sunday, June 26, when the B.C. professional wrestling roadshow returns to the Rutland community hall.

Among the wrestlers on hand will be Kelowna’s “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar, Sgt. Terry “The Frog” Tomko, the reigning Thrash Wrestling Champion and RSS grad Collin Cutler and  The Great Kasaki

All tickets are $15,  available at the door, or in advance at either  Players Choice Collectibles or Valley Pawnbrokers.

 

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