February fete a tribute to Roy Orbison

Looking for the best way to spend your monetary holiday gifts or looking for the perfect last-minute gift?

ACE ELIVIS IMPERSONATOR Steve Elliott will perform Feb. 17 in a Soroptimist International of Courtenay tribute to Roy Orbison.










Looking for the best way to spend your monetary holiday gifts or looking for the perfect last-minute gift?

Looking for a very special Christmas gift to delight in February and a gift that also serves and helps the community?

The answer — tickets to an Evening in Black and White. Soroptimist International of Courtenay proudly presents their annual gala dinner and dancing fundraiser — an evening in black and white — at the Filberg Centre on Feb. 17 featuring Steve Elliott and a tribute to Roy Orbison.

Proceeds support Soroptimist International of Courtenay’s 2012 local, regional, national and international projects.

Tickets are available now at a cost of $60 and can be purchased by contacting Dianne at 250-703-2423 or 250-218-6444.

— Soroptimist International of Courtenay


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