Sundridge is the kind of town where everyone knows the crossing guard’s name.
It’s true. Because on Thursday night, March 14 when flames broke out and overwhelmed the Muskoka Auto Parts Store at the corner of Paget Street and Highway 124, everyone in Sundridge had the same question.
Is Patty OK?
Her home upstairs in the big red building was destroyed along with the longstanding business. No doubt it was a tough blow to Patty who lost her husband Bernie just a short two months before.
And Sundridge being Sundridge, the smoke hadn’t yet cleared when the generosity of neighbours started to find places to give, offering a friend a host of helping hands.
Those hands are coming together this Friday, March 22 at the Sundridge Legion as bands, businesses and friends put together a benefit dance for Patti.
The Studio is taking part, donating this new custom-made garment bag to auction off. Made with strong upholstery in a bold crimson rose pattern on a mustard weave, the contrasting piping, hidden zipper and re-enforced hanger opening and bottom hanging loop, all add to the expert construction that will helps its owner make an entrance anywhere.
This bag is a business-size at 45 inches in length and two feet wide.
Consider adding this bag to your next big arrival.
More importantly, come out to the Sundridge Legion on Friday night and help our neighbour.