Bazaar enjoys support

The ladies of Faith Rebekah Lodge would like to thank everyone who attended their very successful fall tea and bazaar

The ladies of Faith Rebekah Lodge would like to thank everyone who attended their very successful fall tea and bazaar held at the IOOF hall on Nov. 17. Special thanks to the Girl Guides and their leaders who have helped us for many years to serve tea, coffee and goodies to our guests.

Congratulations to our door prize winners: Rose Bray, Doreen Donohoe, V. DeRosier, Henry Ewanick, Lil Blystone, Tillie Sundstrom, Marg Peschau, Rita MacAllister, Betty Coates, E. Bouey and N. Robinson.

Also many thanks to the following Summerland and Penticton individuals and businesses that so generously donated items which contributed to the success of our event: Adrian’s Auto Repairs, Bad Robot Computers & Electronics, Barber Bill, Beanery Coffee Company, Beauty & the Brit, Dollar Store, Main Street, Edgy Petals, IGA – Summerland, Just Delicious Japanese Bistro, Karen Cassidy, McDonald’s Restaurant, Murray’s Pizza, Pharmasave, Prima Pizza, Saxon Estate Winery, Shoppers Drug Mart, Sleeping Giant Fruit Winery, Sonoran Estate Winery, Suburban Princess Boutique, Sumac Ridge Estate Winery, SummerGate Winery, Summerland & District Credit Union, Summerland Food Emporium, Summerland Sweets, Thornhaven Estates Winery, Willowbrook Lane, Yaki’s Pizza & Subs, Art Knapp’s Plantland & Flower Shop, Cannery Brewery, Chatters Salon, Coles The Book People, Dollar Store, Cherry Lane Mall, Home Again, Jack Kelly Coffee, La Frenz Winery, London Drugs, Monster Vineyards, Mr. Cartridge, Penticton V’s, Safeway, Starbucks Coffee Co.-Riverside, Tim Hortons, Wal-Mart, and Wine Master.

We hope to see you at the Summerland Festival of Lights on Nov. 30. Come and enjoy a bowl of chili with us in the IOOF Hall on Main Street in Summerland. Your support for these events is much appreciated.

Frances Beulah, bazaar convener

 

Summerland

 

 

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