Volunteers needed

Coombs Hilliers Recreation & Community Organization needs more volunteers

Volunteers and members are needed to join the Coombs Hilliers Recreation & Community Organization (CHRCO) where people can learn to play an instrument while doing something great for the community.

Membership in the organization that began decades ago is at an all time low and many of the much-loved events in the area will cease to exist without more people.

Residents from any area are invited to join, and help put events on like the Coombs Bluegrass Festival and the Coombs Country Opera. Input is also welcome from members to see things they’d like to happen at the grounds.

The hall and grounds are also available for rent, call 250-954-0084 for more information.

 

For more information on joining the organization or voluteering, visit www.chrco.org.

 

 

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