Fire victim to be helped with garage sale

July 31 fire claimed the home and possessions of Sooke man

When: Saturday August 30 and Sunday August 31 from 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. each day.

Where: 5715 Sooke Road

Purpose: Raising money to help support Gerry Campbell, the Sooke fire victim who lost everything in a house fire on July 31.

Gerry is a very humble man and will only take what he needs to get him back on his feet, the rest he would like to go to the Sooke Fire Department who he is so grateful for saving his neighbours residences. The Sooke Fire Department can disperse the funds to charities of their choice.

Donation drop-off: up to August 29 donations can be delivered to driveway at 5154 Sooke Road, Gerry’s neighbour who is helping with the sale. They can then be dropped off at the garage sale site on August 30 and 31.

Most items for sale at the garage sale will be by donation, others will be priced.

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