St. Mark’s Fair thank you

On behalf of St. Mark’s Anglican Church parish, I would like to thank all the vendors and entertainers who participated in our fair.

On behalf of St. Mark’s Anglican Church parish, Reverend Susan Hayward-Brown and the executive and conveners of St. Mark’s Fair 2016, I would like to thank all the vendors and entertainers who participated in our fair.

Also, thanks to the Qualicum Beach Legion, Qualicum Beach Curling Club and The Gardens for partnering with us and our sponsors, Windsor Plywood in Parksville, Raymond James, Qualicum Foods and the Town of Qualicum Beach for their generosity.

Thank you to volunteers from the community, including members of St. Stephen’s Church and YoungLife. A special thank you to all who came from near and far to enjoy this wonderful event.  Together we are an amazing community.

Lesley Leinweber, Chair, St. Mark’s Fair 2016Qualicum Beach

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