The annual Thunderballs fundraiser for the Cumberland Community Schools Society goes Monday, May 20. (Photo by Karen KcKinnon)

Thunderballs to roll through Cumberland

Annual fundraiser takes place May 20

Thunderballs will once again roll through downtown Cumberland on Victoria Day.

Be part of this exciting annual fundraiser where downtown Cumberland comes alive with the spectacle of 4,000 racing golf balls.

Thunderballs 2019 takes place Monday, May 20, 9 a.m. in downtown Cumberland. The first 17 balls to cross the finish line win a prize. 1st prize is $1,000 cash plus 16 other amazing prizes.

This golf ball race lottery is a key fundraiser for the Cumberland Community Schools Society (CCSS). Proceeds from the event support CCSS’s registered charity efforts that provide free after-school programming, a healthy food program and a drop-in youth centre.

Tickets are $5 each or $20 for five, and available from Seeds Food Market, Tarbell’s Deli, Cumberland Recreation and on Cumberland Market Day (Saturday, May 18) in downtown Cumberland.

FMI including a full list of prizes visit www.cumberlandcommunityschools.com

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