Rotary auction for Canucks tickets

Cumberland received a donation from BCAA of two Canucks tickets for a game Jan. 21.

 

The Rotary Club of Cumberland has received a donation from the Courtenay office of BCAA of two tickets to the Canucks versus San Jose Sharks game in Vancouver on Jan. 21.

The club is offering a package that includes return air travel for two donated by Pacific Coastal Airlines from Comox to Vancouver and an overnight stay in one of Vancouver’s fine hotels donated by Rotarians Alan deJersey and Keith Tatton.

The package has a market value exceeding $1,200.

To participate, e-mail a bid to John Challender at johnpegc@shaw.ca. The auction will close with the last bid received by noon on Dec. 22. Bids will be posted at www.rotarycc.org and www.facebook.com/RotaryCCC.

Funds raised will be used to refurbish a heritage children’s carousel ride of small cars.

— Rotary Club of Cumberland

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