Rotary Club event raises funds for Starfish Pack program

The President's Night event is on Friday, Sept. 25

The Rotary Club of Abbotsford presents its annual President’s Night event on Friday, Sept. 25.

The theme is School Days, Remember When, with all proceeds going to the Starfish Pack program that provides meals on the weekend for kids who otherwise might go hungry.

The fundraiser takes place at Woodbridge Ponds, 3387 Tolmie Rd., starting at 6 p.m.

Participants are invited to come dressed in their favourite nostalgic wear. There will be prizes for the best dressed, as well as food stations, entertainment, a silent auction and more.

Tickets are $75 and are available by contacting Leslie McConnell at 604-870-7420 or leslie.mcconnell@mnp.ca.

 

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