Etta McKenzie gives dad Aron a hug at a Discovery House Father’s Day event. Discovery is holding its annual Fall Dinner and silent auction Oct. 26 at St. Ann’s Hall. (Western News file photo)

Okanagan centre for men holding fundraising dinner and auction

Discovery House men’s addiction treatment centre hosting fundraising dinner and auction Oct. 26.

Discovery House is holding its annual fall Harvest Dinner on Oct. 26 at St. Ann’s Hall at 1296 Main St.

In addition to the dinner that evening, there is a silent auction and baking raffle as part of the fundraiser for the addiction recovery homes for men.

The goal of the organization, which operates two residences in Penticton, is to help men discover new mental, emotional and spiritual beliefs on the road to maintaining long-term sobriety from drug and alcohol addiction.

READ MORE: Discovery House holds fun event for Father’s Day

This year’s offering for the dinner winner will be catered by Chef from the Edge Bistro.

Also, according to executive director Jerome Abraham, there will be “amazing speakers and our baking raffle with dozens of great prizes.”

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Those attending are also asked to bring a baked item for the raffle.

To buy tickets or for those unable to make the dinner but would like to sponsor a ticket or table contact Abraham at 250-462-1388 or email prrs@shaw.ca

Tickets are $25 per person or $200 to reserve a table of eight.


 

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