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.

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