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Rotarians deliver a great fair

NDP leader John Horgan, front, spoke at the opening of the Rotary Spring Fair and Auction on May 3. From left to right, JdF regional Director  Mike Hicks, T’Sou-ke representative Shirley Alphonse, District of Sooke Mayor Wendal Milne and Sooke Chamber of Commerce president Michael Nyikes. - Britt Santowski
NDP leader John Horgan, front, spoke at the opening of the Rotary Spring Fair and Auction on May 3. From left to right, JdF regional Director Mike Hicks, T’Sou-ke representative Shirley Alphonse, District of Sooke Mayor Wendal Milne and Sooke Chamber of Commerce president Michael Nyikes.
— image credit: Britt Santowski

According to John Bridal, the Rotary Spring Fair and  Auction went well. Everyone seemed to have a good time, and money was raised. The winning 50/50 ticket, however, is still unclaimed. If you have ticket number 448012, you might want to get a hold of the good people from the Rotary by email, at auction@sookerotary.com.

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