The Cedar Heritage Bridge Group held its 19th annual charity bridge game May 27 at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 256 in support of the Haven Society. (Photo submitted)

Bridge players raise thousands for Haven Society

Cedar Heritage Bridge Group held its annual charity game May 27

Raising money for a good cause was in the cards last month.

The Cedar Heritage Bridge Group held its 19th annual charity bridge game May 27 in support of the Haven Society. More than 90 players and volunteers turned out for the event, held at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 256.

With the help of sponsors, the group managed to raise more than $6,000.

“As well as raising money in support of Haven Society, the Cedar Heritage Bridge Group hopes to raise awareness of the work Haven Society peforms in our community,” noted an event press release.

Haven helps keep women and children away from violence, providing safety, food, clothing, legal advice and other support. Visit www.havensociety.com.

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