Tom Carter (above) has donated a painting for the annual Hospice Noel fundraiser.

Annual hospice fundraiser set for Nov. 21

Vancouver artist donates original painting to boost silent auction.

The Peace Arch Rotary Club will hold their second-annual Hospice Noel dinner fundraiser Thursday.

Benefiting the White Rock South Surrey Hospice Society, the Nov. 21 event will be held at the Washington Avenue Grill, 15782 Marine Dr., and will feature a live and silent auction.

Adding to the excitement of the silent auction is a painting donated by artist Tom Carter.

The original painting is expected to draw sizeable bids.

Those who are unable to attend can place an absentee bid on the painting or phone in a bid.

Tickets are $75 each. To purchase a ticket, contact Dave at 604-818-7172 or email Gord@Bigkahuna.ca

 

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