Rebekahs appreciate support

The ladies of Faith Rebekah Lodge would like to thank everyone who attended our very successful fall tea and bazaar held on Nov. 19.

Dear Editor:

The ladies of Faith Rebekah Lodge would like to thank everyone who attended our very successful fall tea and bazaar held on Nov. 19.

We would like to thank Alison Braid, Amber Campbell and Gillian Christie for helping in the kitchen and with sales. Special thanks to the Girl Guides and their leader, who have helped us for many years to serve tea, coffee and goodies to our guests.

Many thanks to the businesses that so generously donated items which contributed to the success of our event.

We were pleased to have Kyra Killick attend our tea. Kyra received the Faith Rebekah Lodge Bursary in June and she is attending Okanagan College in Penticton.

We would also like to thank all those who enjoyed a bowl of chili with us during the Festival of Lights. Your support for these events is much appreciated.

Raffle prize winners were Tim and Neeley Hodgkinson, money tree; J. Staples, afghan; and Lorraine Baker, gift certificate from Summerland Builders Mart.

Frances Beulah

Secretary,

Faith Rebekah Lodge 32

Summerland

 

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