Rotary event to raise funds for hospice

Peace Arch club set to host Rotary Noel next month.

The Peace Arch Rotary Club is within reach of its $100,000 fundraising goal for the White Rock South Surrey Hospice Society, and with the club’s annual fundraiser coming up next month, the group hopes to finally hit their mark.

The fourth annual Rotary Noel is set for 6 p.m. Nov. 19 at the Washington Avenue Grill, and will include dinner and a live and silent auction.

Since the inaugural event in 2012, the club has raised more than $78,000 for the hospice society.

Tickets are $75 and can be ordered by calling Gord at 778-773-6153 or emailing gord@bigkahuna.ca

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