A quartet of lifeguards looks on from the beach as swimmers make their way to the starting buoy in the annual Qualicum Beach Ocean Mile Swim in Qualicum Beach Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017. — NEWS file photo

Qualicum Beach council approves permit, event

Ocean Mile Swim to be held Aug. 19

Qualicum Beach town council approved a one-day permit for a food truck at the civic centre, and separately approved the date for the annual Ocean Mile Swim event.

At Monday’s (Jan. 29) meeting, council issued a one-day permit for Extreme Eats to operate its food truck at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre for a Kwalikum Secondary School dry grad fundraiser dance. The event will take place Feb. 17.

Council also approved the 2018 Qualicum Beach Ocean Mile Swim for Sunday, Aug. 19, from 1-3 p.m.

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