WEB EXTRA: Airwomen have annual potluck this weekend in Comox

Ex-airwomen invite women who once served in the military to an annual potluck dinner this Sunday at the Comox Legion.

It’s time to renew friendships and make new ones.

Ex-airwomen invite women who once served in any branch of the military, as well as those currently serving, to join them in their annual potluck dinner this Sunday at the Comox Legion from 2 to 5 p.m.

There will be a guest speaker, door prize, raffle and a regifting exchange. If you wish to participate in the regifting, bring a wrapped item that you no longer have use for and enter your name into the draw box at the door.

If you are unable to bring a potluck dish, you may make a donation of $5 at the door. All proceeds go to the Legion Poppy Fund.

The group makes every effort to contact everyone on its list of previous attendees but may have not reached everyone. Please pass this invitation on to any of your friends who may be interested.

For more information, phone Pat at 250-339-5829 or Jan at 250-339-7075.


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