Comox Valley Presbyterian Church hosting fundraising dinner, concert

Enjoy chili and the music of Sweet Sante Fe while raising funds for a new roof

Comox Valley Presbyterian Church invites the community to join us for a fundraiser in support of a new roof and furnace. All are welcome to “Some Like It Hot” on Friday Oct. 19 at 5:30 p.m. at the church (725 Aspen Rd., Comox) . The evening will include a chili dinner with great entertainment by Sweet Santa Fe.

Handmade crafts will also be for sale. The congregation has been active in the community for 25 years and is looking to put in a new roof and furnace.

This fundraiser will help us reach our goal of $65,000. Sweet Santa Fe is an amazing Cuban-Canadian duo from the Valley. For more information or tickets please contact the Presbyterian Church office at 250-339-2882 or Tickets are $18 and must be purchased in advance by Oct. 17.

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