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Exalted Ruler, Gene Wakaruk and Bro. Carl Christiaens, from the Parksville/Qualicum Elks Club #589, sponsors of the Oceanside Sharks Peewee Lacrosse Team, present a cheque for $500 to coach Terry Krastel. The club has donated over $12,000 to various national and local charities in the last year and provided bursaries and support for local minor sports. - PHOTO SUBMITTED BY PARKSVILLE-QUALICuM ELKS CLUB
Exalted Ruler, Gene Wakaruk and Bro. Carl Christiaens, from the Parksville/Qualicum Elks Club #589, sponsors of the Oceanside Sharks Peewee Lacrosse Team, present a cheque for $500 to coach Terry Krastel. The club has donated over $12,000 to various national and local charities in the last year and provided bursaries and support for local minor sports.
— image credit: PHOTO SUBMITTED BY PARKSVILLE-QUALICuM ELKS CLUB

SUPPORTING SPORT: Exalted Ruler, Gene Wakaruk and Bro. Carl Christiaens, from the Parksville/Qualicum Elks Club #589, sponsors of the Oceanside Sharks Peewee Lacrosse Team, present a cheque for $500 to coach Terry Krastel. The club has donated over $12,000 to various national and local charities in the last year and provided bursaries and support for local minor sports.

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