In its second year, the Ontario Plants Propagation Caboose Pull for United Way will
be taking place at the Elgin County Railway Museum, where teams of 10-12 people
will be pulling a 100,000 pound caboose.
This year's event, made possible by Ontario Plants Propagation, our event sponsor,
will also feature a variety of entertainment provided by Chico Sanchez of Hog Wild,
Double L, Last Highway and Julie McNulty. There will also be a licensed area with
a specialty Caboose Pull beer provided by Railway City Brewing and a BBQ courtesy
of the Talbot Teen Centre.
Caboose Pull Details
- When: Saturday, September 21, 2013
- Time: 11:00 a.m. Registration, noon kick-off and 2013 Campaign Goal reveal.
Pull starts at 12:15 p.m.
- Where: Elgin County Railway Museum Grounds, 225 Wellington Street
With the support of the Elgin County Railway Museum, Railway City Brewing, and the
Talbot Teen Centre, the day is going to be full of live entertainment and activities
for the whole family. And of course, United Way will reveal our 2013 Campaign Goal.
United Way is a Community Impact Organization serving St. Thomas and Elgin County
since 1957. In addition to being a fundraiser and allocator of funds, United Way
is interested in addressing root causes and facilitating sustainable change. Our
three impact areas are: From poverty to possibility; Healthy people, strong communities;
and All that kids can be.
St Thomas United Way,