Courtenay Rotary book sale goes twice yearly

The Courtenay Rotary book sale is so successful it is now taking place twice a year.

With the continued support of the community the Courtenay Rotary book sale is so successful it is now taking place twice a year, with the next sale set for June 11 through 16 at Comox Centre Mall.

Now is the time to load up for those lazy summer days of reading.  With a well-organized selection of over 50,000 books, there is something for everyone.

Donations are being accepted via the blue Rotary Book Bins at retailers around the Valley including Thrifty Foods Courtenay, Driftwood Mall, Coastal Community Credit Union (Fourth Street), Canadian Tire, Courtenay Rec Centre, Safeway, Comox Centre Mall and Quality Foods (Comox).

Also accepted in the bins are used used CDs, DVDs, videos, video games and eyeglasses for Project Amigo, (a non-profit organization supporting vision needs of the poor of Mexico).

Book sale pricing is as follows: Hardcover books $2 each or three for $5, paperback (any size) $2 each or three for $5, Harlequin romance five for $2, DVDs and VHS $2 each or three for $5 and children’s books $1 each.

Proceeds go toward cancer care and community projects.

— Courtenay Rotary Club

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