The 2015 Tour de Rock team

Join Tour de Rock team Sept. 23 at Best Western Westerly

Pirate-themed dinner will feature silent auction and raffle prizes

Tour de Rock’s Team says, “Arrrr – you need to come have some pirate fun with us,” on Wednesday, Sept. 23.

All in the great cause of raising funds for pediatric cancer research and local pediatric cancer patient support services, the Best Western Westerly is hosting The Pirates Return for Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock.

Tour co-ordinator Tracy Berg says, “The team is really looking forward to this six-course, long table, pirate-themed event. It will be very different from other dinners on tour.”

Tickets are $60 each for this fundraiser. You get an awesome dinner, entertainment and there will also be a great silent auction selection, a wall of wine and raffle tickets for two round trip tickets going anywhere WestJet flies. So get yourself something wonderful, while you are helping the kids.

 

Tickets can be purchased at Best Western Westerly Hotel & Convention Centre or Boston Pizza on Cliffe Avenue until Sept. 21. For more information about this event, contact Tracy Berg at 1-250-668-6794 or tberg@bc.cancer.ca.

 

 

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