A Medley of music for the SPCA

1st Tuesday Fundraiser at the Mex Pub features Sue Medley

Sue Medley will be performing at the Mex Pub on Tuesday as a fundraiser for the SPCA.

Courtenay Juno award-winning singer/songwriter Sue Medley will be performing at the Mex Pub on Tuesday, Sept. 1 in support of her chosen charity, the BC SPCA.

Medley’s performance is part of an acoustic concert series sponsored by the Mex Pub and hosted by Judy and Bruce Wing.

The events are held on the first Tuesday of each month and give an opportunity for the public to enjoy an evening of acoustic music performed by local musicians to support their favourite local charities.

The music starts at 7:30 p.m., and admission is by cash donation with all proceeds going directly to the SPCA.

Medley’s charity of choice for the event is the Comox Valley branch of the BC SPCA. For more information about Sue Medley visit her website www.suemedley.ca, or for more info about the local SPCA, please call 250 339-7722.

 

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