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Grande Prairie businesses coming together to support Ukraine

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Four local businesses are hoping to raise money for war victims in Ukraine, with events in Grande Prairie.

The Lions Den Pub, in partnership with KMSC Law, is holding a Stand with Ukraine night on March 12th, where all proceeds will go directly to a refugee shelter in Novyl Yarychiv. A Ukrainian dinner will be served at the event. Tickets are $50, with raffles, door prizes, and silent auctions throughout the evening. The event runs from 5:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. Tickets can be purchased by calling or texting 780-617-0808, or by email.

Grande Prairie Legion #54 is inviting people to participate in their fundraiser, which features a Ukrainian dinner, open mic session, and all musicians are welcome. Tickets are $20 and all proceeds go directly to the Canadian Ukraine Foundation. The dinner runs from 4 p.m. until midnight on March 12th.

Sterling Skull Studio is also holding a Ukrainian benefit, as tattoo artists will have several Ukrainian-themed designs for people to choose from. Designs start at $75 dollars, with all of the proceeds going directly to Ukrainian citizens through the non-profit organization CanadaHelps. The studio will open its doors for the fundraiser at 11 a.m. on March 12th.

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Truly Ukrainian Cafe Shinok is also selling perogies and cabbage rolls, with all proceeds going to the Ukrainian Canadian Congress. Perogies are $12 per dozen, meatless cabbage rolls are $15 per small container, and cabbage rolls with meat are $20 per container. The business is Ukrainian-owned and operated. For more information or to order, call Irena at 587-343-3785 or Valentina at 780-830-8209.

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