New theme for 2015 Sooke Fall Fair

Society members seeking tag line for new fair theme

The Sooke Fall Fair is looking forward to our new theme for 2015. The year 2015 is the International year of soil or/and light.

We are looking for a catchy theme title for our 2015 catalogue and marketing. An example would be “Light up your soil” or “Photosynthesis and soil life.” You get the idea. A catchy and yet simple tag line. We will offer free entry fees to the winner of the tag line for the fall fair.

We are always looking for volunteers and if you would like to get involved in a fun group, this is the one for you.

We look forward to your submissions. Email your submissions to sookefallfair@gmail.com or mrslewersfarmhouse@shaw.ca

Submitted by Ellen Lewers

Sooke Fall Fair President

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