Milton’s Annual “Miracle on Main”

Delaney Prangley

On Monday, December 10th at 6:30 a.m., the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation hosted the 10th annual Miracle on Main event in Downtown Milton.

This year, the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation has partnered with the Halton Regional Police Toys for Tots program. The foundation has asked for unused presents to be donated to Toys for Tots.

All activities, food, and rides at the event were free of charge, including a Ferris wheel, breakfast sandwiches and fries by Troy’s Diner, and McDonald’s coffee.

A small petting zoo at the event featured small animals such as piglets, rabbits, ponies, providing a fun experience for all who attended!

Tiger Jeet Singh, an MDHS alumni and the founder of “Miracle On Main”, was present and quoted as saying “Milton District is like my home; I bleed Milton District”.

Toronto Maple Leafs alumni were present as well. There was even a tree hanging from a crane!

So many unique elements made this event fantastic!

With so much to see and so much to do, this event was jam-packed full of fun. I have no doubt that next year’s event will be even bigger and better!

The Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation is a charity that has raised millions of dollars for children and local families in need in and around our community over the last ten years. $50,000 has been donated to local public schools in our community to support mental health, breakfast programs, coding and more.

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