Air Cadets to host dinner, auction

Fundraiser set for Saturday evening at Qualicum Beach Canadian Legion branch 76

The 893 Beaufort Air Cadet Squadron will host a fundraising dinner and dessert auction Saturday, March 5, from 6-8:30 p.m. at Royal Canadian Legion branch 76.

The 893 Squadron parent sponsoring committee promises a great dinner followed by a fun evening of bidding on yummy desserts and gift baskets.

Tickets are $20, ages 19-over. Advance ticket sales were closed in February, but a limited number of tickets will be available to purchase until this Friday, March 4.

To order or to check on ticket availability e-mail 893fundraising@gmail.com or go online to www.893aircadets.ca.

— Submitted by 893 Squadron

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