Fists and pies fly, and a Minister skips in a tutu, at offbeat fundraiser
Big Brothers Big Sisters hope to raise at least $10,000 with their latest fundraiser — the most offbeat and creative yet.
Harbour Nights audiences were treated to Economy Minister Patrice Minors skipping in a tutu, One Bermuda Alliance candidate Jeff Sousa taking on womens world middleweight champion Teresa Perozzi and Health Minister Zane DeSilva and Veejay Steede willingly had their hair painted green, and a pie thrown in their face — all in the name of charity last night.
George Jones, the charitys President said that the novel fundraiser had been a complete success.
And they already have plans for the next How Much Would You Pay To See Me ? fundraiser which asks community celebrities and politicians to dare to be slightly crazy for a good cause.
Next year will be bigger and better, said communications director Patrina OConnor.
Were going to be asking corporate companies who is the craziest person on their staff.
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