Courtenay Legion hosts Christmas dance party

The Courtenay Legion is hosting its annual Christmas dance -party and draw this Sunday

The Courtenay Legion is hosting its annual Christmas dance -party and draw this Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m. in the lounge.

It’s an opportunity to raise money for our many charities, win wonderful prizes, and dance to the lively tunes of Double Play. Prizes include over 60 hams, turkeys, hand-crafted sleighs and seasonal decorations. Draw tickets are available now at the bar. Phone 334-4322 for more information.

Table reservations are already filling up for the Courtenay Legion’s New Year’s dinner and dance! Doors open at 6 in the upstairs hall. A delicious roast beef dinner with all the trimmings will be served at 7.

Music by Double Play will begin in 2012 and continue right into 2013. Tickets are available at the bar or the Legion office.

President Dave Bell and the executive committee of the Courtenay Legion welcome you to the traditional New Year’s Levée held at the branch at 367 Cliffe Ave. in downtown Courtenay on New Year’s Day.

They hope you will join them for sip or two of Moose Milk and an afternoon of music and good cheer to welcome 2013.

— Courtenay Legion

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