Fundraiser was a success

The Grade 6/7 class trip to Camp Squeah is now a reality

The newly re-opened Silver Chalice Pub was the setting for the Silver Creek Elementary fundraiser on March 24.

A great burger buffet was served, games and a raffle were played, and fun was had by all. The event was held to finance the Grade 6/7 class’ dream of going to Camp Squeah for a final elementary trip before heading to high school.

The event was a great success, but not without the help of parents, students and a lot of wonderful businesses who donated to the cause. Camp Squeah is now a reality! The June field trip will hold special memories for the children as they say goodbye to elementary school. Thank you one and all!!

Our local business stars: Bee’s Grocery, Blue Moose Cafe, Canon Cable, Cat’s Meow, Cooper’s Foods, CT Nail Passion, Driftwood Bistro, Gone Hollywood Video, Hairtrendz, Home Restaurant, Hope Drive-in Restaurant, Jungle Juice, Kimchi Restaurant, Lordco, Owl Street Cafe, Panago, Pharmasave, Hope & District Recreation and Cultural Services, Sharon’s Deli, Silver Chalice Pub, and Water Street Car Wash.

Denyse Henderson

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