SPCA silent auction Friday

The Comox Valley branch of the BC SPCA invites you to an evening of fun and frolics at the Whistle Stop Pub this Friday.

The Comox Valley branch of the BC SPCA invites you to an evening of fun and frolics at the Whistle Stop Pub this Friday.

Beginning at 7 p.m., the evening will include fabulous live entertainment, dancing, a silent auction and prizes in benefit of the 1,000 abused, neglected, homeless and injured animals cared for by the Comox Valley branch of the BCSPCA branch each year.

Silent auction items include a selection of DeWalt tools. This year’s pub night is sure to be full of festivity and good cheer!

The BC SPCA Comox Valley & District Branch provides care and protection to hundreds of animals each year. The BC SPCA is a non-profit organization funded primarily by public donations.

— SPCA

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