Haylee Breier Dyck, Hailey Harbinson, Christina Cebriy and Sydney Hutchison gather for a hug with the Penticton Vees mascot Harvee. Harvee and some of the Vees players will be a the COBS Bread parking lot party on Nov. 24 to fundraise for the upcoming Anti-Bullying Game Night on Nov. 30. (Brennan Phillips - Western News)

Penticton’s COBS Bread to host parking lot party with Penticton Vees Nov. 24

The event is to fundraise for the Nov. 30 Anti-Bullying Game Night

The upcoming Nov. 30 Vees game is also Anti-Bullying Night, and COBS Bread wants to make it an extra special occasion.

Stop by Penticton’s COBS Bread at 300 Riverside Drive on Sunday, Nov. 24, for a parking lot party with some of the Vees players and everyone’s favourite mascot, Harvee! The event runs from 1 to 3 p.m. and attendees will be able to mix, mingle and get their photos with the players.

While there, you can purchase a specially-made pink scone with proceeds going to whichever local school cheers the loudest at the Nov. 30 game.

READ MORE: Penticton Vees buckle to league-leading Express

Other local businesses have also partnered with this cause to fundraise for the winning school at the parking lot party, including Tbones which will be hosting a hot dog BBQ by donation and Quality Green which will be offering healthy snacks by donation.

Smooth Effects will also be hosting a silent auction with all proceeds going to the winning school. COBS Bread has already pledged to donate $500 to the winning school, so all fundraising dollars raised at the parking lot party will be added to this pot.

For more information, visit the event’s Facebook page.

To report a typo, email: editor@pentictonwesternnews.com.

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