At the recent annual general meeting, newly elected president of the Aldergrove Fair Association Robin McIntosh (left) presented a plaque of appreciation to Craig and Darla Nicholson for their continued support of the Fair and their generous sponsorship of the mainstage entertainment.

Nicholson family’s gift to Aldergrove recognized

Nicholson Group of Companies covered all the costs of Aldergrove Fair Days free concerts

At the recent annual general meeting, newly elected president of the Aldergrove Fair Association Robin McIntosh presented a plaque of appreciation to Craig and Darla Nicholson for their continued support of the Fair and their generous sponsorship of the mainstage entertainment.

The Nicholson Group of Companies have financially covered all the costs of mainstage concerts at the Aldergrove Fair Days for the past two years, starting with the headliner act Chilliwack last year, followed by the Trooper concert this year.

Both concerts and the opening acts were extremely well-attended, and were free of charge to all who enjoyed the shows, thanks to the Nicholson family’s contributions to the community.

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