YANA fundraiser Saturday

The month’s event with the most heart will be the YANA fundraiser dance this Saturday at the lower Elks hall.

The month’s event with the most heart will be the YANA fundraiser dance this Saturday from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the lower Elks hall.

Tip your fedora or shake your fringe for You Are Not Alone, the Valley’s favourite local charity, still going strong after 27 years supporting Valley family’s most precious people: their children. All proceeds go to YANA.

A wall of red and white hearts will show the names of families and children that YANA has helped. Learn the Charleston and shake it for the sake of our children.

Just to make sure you really get your heart into it, Steelhead will be pumping out your favourite tunes. These guys rock.

Prizes for best outfits, safe rides home available and snacks at midnight so gather your friends and reserve a table. Purchase a ticket for your sweetie for Valentine’s Day.

Tickets are available at Visual Sound and the Elks.

For more information, call the Elks at 250-334-2512 or YANA at 250-650-3701 or 250-336-2407.

— You Are Not Alone

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