Keynote Group Supports Senators Soirée Helping Raise $238,000+ for Sens Foundation

Keynote Group Supports Senators Soirée Helping Raise $238,000+ for Sens Foundation

The goal of the Ferguslea Properties Senators Soirée is to raise funds that will support the ongoing work of the Ottawa Senators Foundation of promoting and making accessible, child and youth activities that enable both physical and mental wellness through social recreation and education programs.

This year's Ferguslea Properties Senators Soirée was Safari themed and delivered "a touch of the exotic" on Saturday November 23rd at the Canadian Tire Centre. Guests dined and danced amidst the green palms and tall grasses of the serengeti while supporting the Senators Foundation. Members of the Keynote Group team James Baker, Donna Baker, Brad Ezard and wife Sabrina, and Kyle Turk along with hundreds of other guests, experienced a captivating evening of authentic entertainment, some of the region’s best food & drink, unique live and silent auction items, and the opportunity to meet Ottawa Senators players, alumni, and executives all in support of kids in our community.

Our CEO James Baker, won the second prize in the raffle!

Le Château Montebello Mercedes-Benz Weekend Getaway Includes a three day/ two night stay for two in a Fairmont Room, one Dinner and Breakfast for Two and a three day Mercedes-Benz C-Class Sedan Luxury Rental Car (Valued at $1,750+) - courtesy of Star Motors of Ottawa

Keynote Group were also big winners in the silent auction

James and Donna were recipients of a Suite at the Canadian Tire Centre for the the Lumineers on March 7, 2020. Kyle was the recipient of the "Artem Anisimov Favourites" a basket that contained all of the Ottawa Senators favourite items including a Star Wars Lego set, chess board, Giovanni's gift certificate, Nespresso gift certificate, Russian chocolates and tea, signed 8x10 picture, hockey mug and book and more.

It was a "naturally wild" evening to help fund recreation, education, physical and mental health programs for kids across the region.

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