The Rotary Club of Parksville is hosting the Daffodil Tea and Fashion Show April 18 in support of the Canadian Cancery Society’s Daffodil Month. — Black Press file photo

Rotary Club of Parksville hosts tea, fashion show for Daffodil Month

Tickets are $25, proceeds go to Canadian Cancer Society

Parksville Rotarians invite everyone to enjoy an afternoon of tea and local fashion while also supporting a good cause.

The Rotary Club of Parksville is presenting its Daffodil Tea and Fashion Show April 18, at 2 p.m. at Sunrise Ridge Resort (1175 Resort Dr., Parksville). The event is in support of the Canadian Cancer Society’s Daffodil Month.

Daffodil Month, according to the Canadian Cancer Society’s website, is the national fundraising campaign for the fight against cancer.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at Parksville Visitor Centre, Close to You Ladies Fashions, Pacific Brimm or by calling 250-954-9033. Proceeds will go to the Canadian Cancer Society.

Refreshments will be provided by Pacific Brimm, and the event features fashions by Close to You. Sandy Herle will be the MC.

— NEWS Staff

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