Spaghetti Supper and fundraiser

Wellness committee has spaghetti supper and auctions planned for Nov. 29 in the Ashcroft Community Hall.

Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Hear Ye. Come one, come all to the Community Spaghetti Supper and Auction.  Mark your calendar for the evening of Thursday, Nov. 29 at the Ashcroft Community Hall. Hurry and get your tickets at the Ashcroft Bakery, Community Futures Sun Country and Ashcroft TimBrMart (formerly Ashcroft Irly) for a wonderful spaghetti supper complete with garlic bread, salad and a yummy home baked dessert.

Hosted by the Ashcroft Wellness committee, the dinner and auction are being held to raise funds for the Wellness Festival planned for early July 2013. Response to date has been terrific and organizers are thrilled at the support of local citizens and businesses alike. The donation of silent and live auction items has been equally exciting with people offering a wide variety of both goods and services.

If you wish to donate an item for the silent auction or for more information please contact Jackie Tegart at 250 453-9457. Tickets are moving quickly so don’t miss out. This is shaping up to be a very upbeat and fun evening for all.

Andrea Walker

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