Corinna Ludovici, right, community relations manager for Berwick Retirement Communities Parksville, presents a cheque for $10,000 to Lloyd Derry, centre, capital projects chair and Cheryl Dill, president of the Parksville Beach Festival Society. The Berwick donation is to help equip the new outdoor performance theatre with a sound system, spotlights, risers and portable dance floor. (Peter McCully photo)

Corinna Ludovici, right, community relations manager for Berwick Retirement Communities Parksville, presents a cheque for $10,000 to Lloyd Derry, centre, capital projects chair and Cheryl Dill, president of the Parksville Beach Festival Society. The Berwick donation is to help equip the new outdoor performance theatre with a sound system, spotlights, risers and portable dance floor. (Peter McCully photo)

Berwick Retirement Communities Parksville makes $10K donation to beach festival society

Cash will help equip new outdoor performance theatre

On Tuesday, March 30, Berwick Retirement Communities Parksville presented a $10,000 cheque to the Parksville Beach Festival Society.

The Berwick donation is to help equip the new outdoor performance theatre with a sound system, spotlights, risers and portable dance floor.

READ MORE: Parksville Beach Festival Society awarded $40,000 for outdoor theatre in community park

Corinna Ludovici, community relations manager for Berwick, presented the donation to Lloyd Derry, capital projects chair and Cheryl Dill, president of the beach society.

— NEWS Staff

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