Apparently, a private citizen has asked for an impartial inquiry be done into spending of Bon Soo funds. This citizen found out from a reliable source, Mr. Bon Soo, that while at the Mill Market, all the Mascots were seen spending an exorbitant amount of money, so much so that the Bon Soo kitty is now gone. No wonder everybody had so much fun!
A big thank you goes out to all the volunteers, businesses, Mill Market, and the people that came out to support participate during Bon Soo 2015 for making it such a big success!!!
Betty: In Carol and Kristi’s defense, we did change the headline to avoid any confusion and ensure the context of the story was taken for what it was meant. Mike Caruso and the entire SaultOnline team have been and continue to be one of, if not the biggest, supporters of the Bon Soo Winter Carnival. There are so many people in our Community that work well beyond what seems possible to pull off one of the best Winter Carnivals in North America. One that we can all be proud of!
To the many volunteers, Bon Soo Staff, Mr. Bon Soo, local businesses, sponsors and everyone who came out to support this year’s Bon Soo Winter Carnival… thanks for making it a huge success!
I have to agree with Kristi. Bon Soo was a great event this year. The story may have been positive but the headline was so misleading as to suggest a very negative message. Many people just read headlines. You’ve done a real disservice to all the hard work that was done this year. Moreover, the next time there is a headline of true wrong doing, I won’t be inclined to believe it or you.
Carol and Kristi: I really don’t see or understand why you feel the headline is negative. (Unless they changed it since you posted on here.) I feel that the article was far fetched and humorous. The video and the article showed that not only Mr. Bon Soo was involved in the Winter Carnival but many other businesses and associations, which are all a part of Bon Soo events and celebrations. Lighten up a little bit and have a chuckle at the way t he article was written. If your kids have read it, then simply explain that the writer wrote it as a joke and have chuckle with them too. Not everything has to be cut and dried.
This isn’t funny.
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