Members of the Forbidden Barbershop Singers presented a cheque to L’ Arche Comox Valley after a rousing Christmas party at the I Belong centre. You can call on the group for your special occasion, all proceeds would then be donated to L’ Arche Call (Al 250 339-3668 or Henry 250 337-5166)

Comox Valley organizations and individuals give back to the community

The Comox Valley Record wants to recognize the many events that make our community

a better place to live. Email your photos and submissions to editor@comoxvalleyrecord.com

 

Over the last year bottle, can and juice container returns at the ReturnIt/Comox Recycling Center on Anderton Road, generously donated by many Courtenay and Comox residents, amounted to a donation of $950 to Care A Van. In addition, $450 was raised by the local band “EZZE” at a house concert in November. These two initiatives total a donation to Care A Van and the Comox Bay Care Society of $1400, which was presented by Craig Bassett (second from left) to Sabina Acheson (right), co-ordinator of Care A Van. Also in the photo are Bill Village (left), Bronwen Le Guerrier (left in window), Gloria Pichette (right in window) and Peter Bazovsky (second from right) of Care A Van.

On Dec. 20 the two Comox Valley Christmas Light Trucks dropped off what they collected so far this December while driving around the Valley….A tonne of food and $1937.80 for the Comox Valley Food Bank.

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