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Charity barbecue planned for Semiahmoo Park

Glen Seymour will host the third annual Seemore Results Family Salmon Charity BBQ on Sept 1-2 at Semiahmoo Park.   - Dan Ferguson photo
Glen Seymour will host the third annual Seemore Results Family Salmon Charity BBQ on Sept 1-2 at Semiahmoo Park.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson photo

The third Seemore Results Family Salmon Charity BBQ promises generous portions of salmon and plenty of entertainment.

Set Sept. 1-2 at Semiahmoo Park, the event is to raise money for a young girl in the Ukraine who has leukemia and requires a bone marrow transplant, according to organizer Glen Seymour.

The previous two events were able to raise $3,005 in 2009 for the Canadian Cancer Society and $3,500 in 2010 for BC Children’s hospital.

Seymour said he had to skip the barbecue last year because he simply didn't have the time, but he is making time this year.

The barbecue, he promises, will be a family event with no alcohol and will include a silent auction, bouncy castle, a 50/50 draw, face painting, door prize,entertainment and more.

He is still looking for corporate sponsors, who are asked to contact him at seemoreresults@gmail.com

 

 

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