White Rock chiropractor hosts Nepal-relief raffle

A White Rock chiropractic office is raffling off a 'health and wellness gift basket' to raise funds for relief efforts in Nepal.

A White Rock chiropractic office is raffling off a “health and wellness gift basket” to raise funds for relief efforts in Nepal.

The country was devastated by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake on April 25.

All funds raised through the DesLauriers Chiropractic Group Inc. & Associates raffle will be matched by the federal government.

Tickets are $5 each or three for $10. The prize basket includes a choice of three chiropractic adjustments or a gift certificate for an initial visit and X-ray.

Draw date is May 29. Tickets are available at 1219 Johnston Rd. For more information, call 604-535-2500.


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