Wellness committee hosts spaghetti fundraiser

The Ashcroft Wellness Committee hosts their second annual Spaghetti Supper/Auction Fundraiser on Nov. 21.

The Ashcroft Wellness Committee will be hosting a Community Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser on Thursday, Nov. 21 at the Ashcroft Community Hall. Doors will open at 5 p.m. with dinner being served at 6 p.m.

Last year’s spaghetti fundraiser was a well-attended, fun family event and the auction that followed brought lots of laughter as well as donations that paid for this summer’s Wellness Festival.

This Wellness Festival fundraiser will once again feature a wonderful locally-prepared spaghetti dinner complete with all the fixings, suitable for vegetarian and non-vegetarian diets, and everyone is invited to attend. Tickets prices are the same as last year and are on sale now, with families once again enjoying a discount rate. Tickets may be purchased at Ashcroft Bakery, CFDC Sun Country and the Jade Shoppe in Cache Creek, but please don’t wait until the last minute, because organizers need to know how much food to prepare.

One of the exciting events at the dinner will be the silent auction. The auction at last year’s dinner was a huge success with many outstanding items, and this year’s silent auction is shaping up to be just as good.  If anyone in the community has an item they would like to donate to the auction, please drop it off at the CFDC Sun Country office on Railway Avenue.

What a great opportunity to enjoy a night out, a great dinner, have some fun and show your support for the 2014 Wellness Festival.

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