The Flying Debris will entertain at the Operation Eyesight Dance

Make miracles happen with Operation Eyesight

Operation Eyesight is a dance to raise money for eye surgeries in Africa

Looking for something special to do on Saturday, Oct. 13?

Here’s a chance to make miracles happen.

That’s what the Operation Eyesight Dance is all about. Each $30 raised will fund cataract surgery for an individual in Africa.

And you can have a great time helping us to do this.

This event will be held at the Eagles Hall in Campbellton. The Ladies Auxiliary is preparing a three course Roasted Pork Loin Dinner with vegetables, salad, dessert, and coffee or tea.

For non-pork eaters, a vegetarian lasagna will be available.

Let us know your preference as soon as possible.

The Flying Debris Band will be playing the rock and roll music they grew up with and the new music they write. 2012 is their tenth year of keeping people dancing – but they are great for just listening to as well!

Come along and join in the fun – and make a difference. Doors open at 6:30, while dinner is served at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25 per person and available at the Campbell River Visitor Centre, or by calling Patti at 250-287-9883. Tickets must be purchased by Wednesday, Oct. 10. Tables seat eight to 10 people.

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