Bouquets & Brickbats

Bouquets to Dr. Dahl and his staff at the Bellevue Veterinary Hospital. We would like to thank them for their kindness they showed us with our cat, Tiki. It is never easy to let your pet go.

Bouquets to Dr. Dahl and his staff at the Bellevue Veterinary Hospital. We would like to thank them for their kindness they showed us with our cat, Tiki. It is never easy to let your pet go.

C. J. Lawrance

Qualicum Beach

 

We would like to thank all the wonderful community sponsors that donated goods and also to the members, family and friends who participated in the 3rd annual Parksville Lawn Bowling “Pink Day” Cancer fundraiser. Over $13500 was raised and donated to this very worthy cause.

Pat Goodwin

Parksville

 

The best bread you will ever ever find is at La Boulange Bakery on Bennett road. Not only is it a wonderful place to visit, the service is above and beyond!  Last week there was a slight error in our order and they not only gave us a free loaf, but delivered our order all the way out to our home in Nanoose. Thank you so much La Boulange. We were already your fans.

Dan and Carole Aspden

Qualicum Beach

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