DIGGING FOR FUNDS: From left

Ravensong Breakers dig for funds in Parksville Qualicum Beach

Swim club aims to sell 2,600 bags of compost in the next 3-5 weeks

  • Mar. 24, 2015 9:00 a.m.

DIGGING FOR FUNDS: From left, Lochlan Rogers, Lucas Horton, Jackson Nowak and Jenna Horton help shovel fish compost at Earthbank Farms for the Ravensong Breakers Aquatic Club’s annual sale. The club aims to sell 2600 bags over the next three to five weeks to help raise funds for the team, said Gord Redenbach, who is on the organization’s board of directors. The compost costs $7 a bag, or four bags for $25, and will be delivered to your home for free by the Breakers. Call 250-951-7675 to order yours today.

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