Save the Evidence Campaign donations increasing

Lenny Montour and his wife Deanna donated $50,000 they raised for the Save the Evidence campaign through t-shirt sales at their gas station Wolf Energy Fuel at Wahta Mohawk Territory. (Submitted Photo)

By Victoria Gray Writer Donations are rolling in for the Woodland Cultural Centre’s Save the Evidence campaign. Janis Montour, executive director of the centre said the two recent donations for a combined $70,000 from the Wahta First Nation and from K and T Gas on Highway 54 were very surprising and appreciated. “I’m really thankful, it’s really important to see our own community take initiative to fund raise for this,” she said. “It shows how important it is to the community, how important the building is. It really heartens a lot of us. We were not expecting donations” Leonard Montour, a band member of Wahta First Nation and owner of Wolf Energy Fuels at Wahta Mohawk Territory near Bala,his wife Deanna and their employees raised $50,000 for the Save the…

This content is for Yearly Subscription and Yearly Subscription – Corporate members only.
Log In Register

Add Your Voice

Is there more to this story? We'd like to hear from you about this or any other stories you think we should know about. Contribute your voice on our contribute page.