Isfeld Interact gala supports educating Honduran children

Thursday March 26, at D’Esterre House

What if you were told that you could help provide education to children in need, merely by having dinner?

Here’s your chance. Thursday March 26, at D’Esterre House in Comox, Mark R. Isfeld Interact Club is hosting a Central American-themed dinner to raise money for the Tegucigalpa Market Children Program.

Isfeld Interact sponsors school education for Honduran children, while their parents are taught valuable skills, such as business management. All funds raised at the dinner go toward this cause. Come enjoy a silent auction and delicious Honduran food, and donate to a good cause while doing so.

Tickets can be purchased at Living Room Pharmacy, at 1530 Cliffe Ave. in Courtenay, Mark R. Isfeld school office and at Medicine Shoppe, at 1782 Comox Ave. in Comox – just $25 for adults, $15 for students (13-18), $10 for children (6-12) and kids under five eat free!


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