Another great deed to be happening in the Drumheller Valley, all thanks to RBC and Mitch Smith. 
 
Smith received $150 from RBC to help out the Drumheller Valley and it's residents. 
 
Smith was interested in using this money to buy Good Food Boxes for those families in need. This online auction is a great way to help out those families who might be needing some assistance during this hard economic time.
 
"Online on Facebook, we have a site called RBC Make 150 Count - Online Auction and items have been donated from around the town. We're going to be auctioning them off on November 24," stated Smith. "Just post how much you want to pay for the item and we keep hoping to bump the items and let's see what we do with it. The auction starts on the 24th, get your friends involved and let's try to make some money for the Good Food Box."
 
So, what are some items that Drumheller's residents can find in the auction?
 
"We got lots of great items coming in, I don't want to spoil all the surprises. We've got a few gift certificates from around town, little items, some big ones and just a lot of good stuff coming in. The community has been great on the support," explained Smith. 
 
To check out the Facebook page RBC Make 150 Count - Online Auction, follow this link
 
 

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