Send a singing telegram this Christmas

Job’s Daughters of Campbell River are holding their 12th annual Christmas Carol Telegrams

Job’s Daughters of Campbell River are holding their 12th annual Christmas Carol Telegrams.

The caroling will be done in the evening on Friday and in the afternoon on Saturday.

With your donation the girls will go to the home or business of your friends or relatives and sing them Christmas Carols.

What a wonderful way to spread the Christmas spirit while supporting the community!

Job’s Daughters is an international nonprofit organization for girls between the ages of 10 and 20.

The girls raise money to support people and other organizations in our community and also do a range of community services.

A few examples: Each year the girls purchase gifts for children from various Angel Trees around town, give out Christmas food hampers to families in need, give bursaries to local graduates, and throughout the year help individuals and families in need.

To book your Christmas Carol Telegram contact Kelsey or Bonnie at 923-5617.

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