JOSS BIGGINS SITS in the boat his father is donating as a fundraiser for Towhee basketball.

Bid on boat; boost basketball

Vanier Towhees fundraiser sees bids open for aluminum hull boat

 

 

 

It’s anchors aweigh on a novel fundraiser for the G.P. Vanier Towhees senior boys basketball team.

“The profits from the sale of a boat have been kindly donated by the father of one of our players, Joss Biggins, to support Vanier basketball,” says Towhee coach Larry Street.

The 2001 Lund 1650 Rebel SS aluminum boat includes a 50hp engine. Bids begin at $9,000. To view the boat, drop by 1815B Fitzgerald Ave. in Courtenay. Phone 250-703-3646 to post a bid and get more information.

– Vanier Towhees

 

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