LETTER: Thank you on behalf Parksville Lawn bowling Club

On behalf of the Parksville Lawn Bowling Club, I would like to give a big thank you to the wonderful people, groups and sponsors who helped get our club rolling (pardon the pun) for the 2018 season.

Thanks to the Newcomers Club for allowing us to talk and share our wonderful sport with them in April, to our sponsors Nex Gen Hearing and Quality Foods for their tournament sponsorship in June, to the media who have helped to inform the public of our activities at the club throughout the season so far and to the new members who have so readily become a part of the Parksville Lawn Bowling Club family. And of course, thanks to our club members who have worked so hard as well, making our club such a welcoming place.

To all, a very big thank you.

Carol Bucyk

Parksville Lawn Bowling Club

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