Big cheques add to Christmas Hamper Fund Drive

donations of non-perishable foods to enable our volunteers to assemble hampers for the families and individuals who are in need

Irly Building Centre helps bring joy. Jake MacDonald (left) presents a donation to Brian Ball of the Similkameen Christmas Hamper Fund.


We welcome your donation of non-perishable foods to enable our volunteers to assemble hampers for the families and individuals who are in need this Christmas.

Hamper boxes are placed at the following locations:

Valu Plus Foods, Resource Info Centre, Keremeos Community Church, Cawston Store, Christian Fellowship Church, Orchard Haven, K Cafe.

Raffle tickets are on sale at: Valu Plus, Cawston Store, Hedley Country Store.

First prize:  50 inch LG  Plasma TV

Second Prize: Gift basket  ($100 value)

Monetary donations can be made out to:       SSCHF or South Similkameen Christmas Hamper Fund and may be dropped-off at ValuPlus Foods.

Thank you to the Royal Canadian Legion # 192 for a successful  meat draw, proceeds were donated to the SSCHF.

Community participation was at an all-time high and the support shown was gratifying.


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