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Abbotsford Rotary Club’s Halloween Bash raises funds for 3 charities

Event takes place Friday, Oct. 25 at Quality Hotel and Conference Centre

The Abbotsford Rotary Club hosts its second annual Halloween Bash on Friday, Oct. 25.

The event starts at 7 p.m. at the Quality Hotel and Conference Centre, 36035 North Parallel Rd.

Guest will enjoy a buffet dinner with dancing and entertainment by DJ Dance.

Master carver Ryan Cooke will present his Halloween-themed wooden and real pumpkins carved on site. His carvings raised $850 in 2018.

A prize of $1,000 will be awarded to the winner of the creative costume contest.

Celebrity judges Rob Michaels and Jessica Banks will be on hand again to see that everything runs smoothly.

The evening proceeds will support the Starfish Backpack Program, Love Guatemala Canada and Transition Foundation Guatemala Team.

The 2018 event raised $42,000.

“After the success of our first Halloween Bash last year, the Abbotsford Rotary Club is hoping to grow the impact this event has with hurting kids here in Abbotsford and around the world,” said club president Bruce Beck.

Tickets are available online at eventbrite.ca, by calling George at 604-615-6038 or by emailing rotaryabbyhalloween@gmail.com.

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