Olds' Crawford Makes Top 10 In UFA Small Town Heroes Contest
The UFA Small Town Heroes contest is heating up and a local boy has made the top 10.
By making the cut, Olds High School graduate Abe Crawford has earned $2500 for the Olds Special Olympics and the Boys and Girls Club. However, Abe could earn $10 000 for the 2 programs and a Paul Brandt concert for the town by being voted into the top 2 over the next few weeks.
Raelynn Notley, Program Coordinator for the Youth Empowerment and Support Program, says they need the community to come down to the Olds Aquatic Centre on August 27th from 10-11am to support Crawford.
You can vote once per day up until August 31st at www.ufa.com/smalltownheroes.
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