It was a sold-out festive affair that brought club and community members together to share friendship and raise money for a good cause: kids in need in the community.
This year, guests brought toys that were donated to Community Services and non-perishable items for the Salvation Army Food Bank. According to President Coralee Lord Holmes, they expect to raise $10,000 from the event this year. Since they are a small club, community support is key to their success. Like the donations received, all money is returned to support youth in the Chilliwack area.
“This event brings old and new friends together for a happy occasion and a great cause,” event chair Glenda Standeven said. “We are very grateful to everyone who attended and everyone who supported our event.”
Photos, from the top:
- Club members deliver toys to Community Services
- Collecting toys at the Circle of Friends Dinner
- Preparing the buffet at the Circle of Friends Dinner
- Rocking out with the band at the Circle of Friends Dinner Dance
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