Fall fair raffle tickets now available

Prizes include bed and sampler quilt, meat and gift certificates

Feeling lucky?

Sooke Fall Fair raffle tickets are on sale for $2 each.

First prize is a single bed and sampler quilt, value $500; second prize is $300 of local meat consisting of beef, lamb, chicken and pork; third prize is 15-$10 gift certificates to the Sooke Country Market.

To buy tickets watch for fall fair members selling at Reading Room Café, Village Food Markets, Sooke Car Show and Shine on July 16 or call 250-812-2830.

The Sooke Fall Fair catalogue is now online at sookefall.fair.ca and will be distributed to schools and businesses.

“Look through our catalogues for all our regular exciting competitions, the full of beans competition and also added categories in art and photography and writing,” said Ellen Lewers, fall fair president.

 

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