Pat Masters from the Driftwood Club and Judy Ridgway

Yuletide Celebration Tea and Silent Auction set for Saturday

Students from the Cooking Basics class have been busy preparing treats to be served by the women of the Driftwood Club

A celebration of the season will feature festive music, traditional sweets, amazing door prizes and a silent auction on Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. in the lounge at the Community Centre.

Students from the Cooking Basics class have been busy preparing treats to be served by the women of the Driftwood Club.

Choose tea, coffee, hot chocolate or mulled cider to go with the traditional holiday goodies while you browse – and bid on – unique gift options. Then, brace yourself for the suspense of the door prize draws and a silent auction results.

Inclusion will kick off the afternoon’s entertainment at 1 p.m. Next up: the Quadraites bring chimes and Christmas caroling with Jim Chisholm.

The Driftwood Divas and the City of Campbell River’s Recreation and Culture Department have coordinated this event as a fundraiser for The City of Campbell River’s Special Needs Recreation programs.

Tickets are only $5 and are available at the Sportsplex and the Community Centre.

For more information please call Judy at 250-286-1161.

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