Ladder climb nets funds for Muscular Dystrophy Canada

A volunteer firefighter survived three hours of going up and down a ladder for a good cause. 
Trevor McVey took on the High-Rise Challenge to raise funds for Muscular Dystrophy Canada on Saturday.
He raised over $2,000 for the cause.
McVey says with that success, they will be making it an annual event and extends a thank you to the Nairn & Hyman Fire Department, Jeremy’s Truck Stop, and the people who donated to the cause.  

Photo: Volunteer firefighter Trevor McVey raised over $2,000 as part of the High-Rise Challenge. He had the honour of being the first to host the fundraiser in Ontario for Muscular Dystrophy Canada adding he plans to make it an annual event. Photos provided by Trevor McVey and used with permission.

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