Winner of the Westjet flights for two, Maryellen Skinner, was congratulated by Richard Clarke, President of the Rotary Club of Strathcona Sunrise.

Have a Heart WestJet flights winner

Fundraising dinner theatre a success

The Rotary fundraising dinner-theatre was held at the Florence Filberg Centre last month, featuring the musical revue “Boppin’ With the Beach Street Players” with director, Gloria Herauf.

Donated prizes were raffled off to raise funds. The grand prize of a return flight for two on any scheduled WestJet flight was won by Maryellen Skinner of Comox. The award was presented by Richard Clarke, president of the Rotary Club of Strathcona Sunrise at the club’s Feb. 28 meeting. Congratulations Maryellen!

Thank you WestJet for your extremely generous support of this important fundraising event.

We are also very grateful for our title sponsor, Canadian Western Bank, the many other sponsors and donors as well as attendees who all helped make this event successful.

Proceeds will support community projects of the Rotary Club of Strathcona Sunrise, Comox United Church and Wachiay Friendship Centre.

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