FUNDRAISING SUCCESS: The Qualicum Beach Seniors Activity Centre and the Parksville Seniors Drop-In Centre raised $4

Parksville Qualicum Beach seniors raise money for Compassion Dog Society

The Qualicum Beach Seniors Activity Centre and the Parksville Seniors Drop-In Centre raised $4,725 for the society

  • Mar. 5, 2015 8:00 p.m.

FUNDRAISING SUCCESS: The Qualicum Beach Seniors Activity Centre and the Parksville Seniors Drop-In Centre raised $4,725 for the Vancouver Island Compassion Dog Society through a sold-out vintage fashion show and tea last month. Pictured here, left to right, are Blair Meadows and Farrah, Judy Southern, Merlyn Patten, Barb Ashmead, Aileen Fabris, Greg Alkerton and Ace.

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