Lionesses serve up some Vital Vittles. From left to right are Anne Scott

Lionesses serve up Vital Vittles

District Lionesses donate to and serve the less fortunate

Sooke District Lionesses serving the needy at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church at Vital Vittles. They donated the money they earned at the New Year’s Levee towards the Vital Vittles program.

The Sooke District Lioness will hold their annual yard sale at the Sooke Community Hall, Saturday, March 21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  This is a fundraiser for Easter Seals Camp Shawnigan.  They welcome donations for the sale – clean, complete and in working order please.

For information or to donate, contact 778-425-4547 or 250-642-7158

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