Stettler Dodge Ltd.held a promotion last month to raise money for local non-profit groups. When someone test drove a vehicle, they could pick one of the five non-profit organizations listed in the picture and Stettler Dodge donated $25 to your charity choice. Stettler Dodge then topped off the donation to $500 to each group. Pictured here are, from left, Darren Benson (Stettler Dodge Sales Manager) standing in for Gear Up Foundation, Judy McKnight (Stettler Handibus), Kelly Hicks (dealer principle – Stettler Dodge), James Taylor (Heartland Victim Services), Betty Birch (Stettler Food Bank) and Stephanie Hadley (Association of Communities Against Abuse). (Contributed photo)

Stettler Dodge raises money for local charities

Donates $500 each to five groups

Donates $500 each to five groups

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