Glacier View Lodge embraces holiday spirit

Glacier View Lodge residents, families, staff and guests will gather this Friday to decorate their indoor Christmas tree.

Glacier View Lodge residents, families, staff and guests will gather this Friday to decorate their indoor Christmas tree and turn on the outdoor lights that will shine over the Comox Valley for the holiday season.

Soroptimist International of Courtenay have been tremendous supporters of the Christmas display since 1986, which Glacier View appreciates.

Christmas is a special time to remember the people we love.  Community members are welcome to donate to the Book of Lights and purchase a light for $5  in memory of a loved one.

To make a donation to the Book of Lights, visit the Glacier View Lodge reception office at 2450 Back Rd. weekdays from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. or call 250-338-1451.

— Glacier View Lodge

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