Cancer society serves up Tour de Rock fundraiser

Dinner is served courtesy of the Canadian Cancer Society and all in support of the Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock.

Dinner is served courtesy of the Canadian Cancer Society and all in support of the Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock.

Tickets are on sale for the Oct. 2 fundraising dinner at Beban Park.

The evening includes a mix and mingle with the 2011 Tour de Rock team, buffet dinner silent auction and raffle prizes.

Tickets are $50  a person and available at the society’s office at 777 Poplar St.

The Tour de Rock takes place Sept. 24 to Oct. 7 with 22 riders cycling Vancouver Island from Port Alice to Victoria in support of children’s cancer research and support services including Camp Goodtimes.

For more information or to donate an auction item, please contact Jennifer at 250-713-5880.

 

 

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