Seniors’ Christmas Tea a great success

Seniors get a better than usual turnout at their annual Christmas Tea.

The Ashcroft-Cache Creek Seniors extend a very big Thank You to everyone who made their Christmas Bazaar such a wonderful success.

To Vic of Peoples Drug Mart; to Andy of Irly Building Supplies; Jo and the donations; to all our  helpers and members who worked so hard; and to you for helping us to make it the success it was.

Winners of our Raffles were: 1st – Deborah Gran from Ashcroft, 2nd – Alf Trill  from Ashcroft, 3rd – Don Leslie from Cache Creek, Doorprize – Phyllis Gray from Ashcroft, Coke – Sandra Nixon from Ashcroft and the Grill – Ines Lopez from Ashcroft.

Pat Kirby

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