Shriner William Stephens wants anyone who bought a Shriners Cash Calendar with a specific calendar stub number to contact him.

Shriners cash calendars stolen

The Campbell River Shrine Club is requesting the assistance of those community supportive members who were kind enough to purchase 2016 Shrine Cash Calendars at Banners Restaurant.

Unfortunately, a number of calendar stubs with your individual data, were stolen from Banners Restaurant during a recent Break Enter and Theft.

The stolen “calendar stub” numbers are:  16-00077, 16-00079, 16-00080, 16-00081, 16-00088, 16-00090.

The Campbell River Shrine Club has no record of your individual purchase(s) at this time; therefore these calendars are ineligible for any prize money.

If you have one of these calendars, contact Shriner William Stephens at 250-923-0326 immediately, so that they can ensure that your name is in for the 2016 draw.

Again, the Campbell River Shrine Club would like to thank the Campbell River community for their support of this very worthwhile charity event.

 

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