Sister honoured by All Sooke Arts & Crafts Assn.

The members of the All Sooke Arts & Crafts Association would like to congratulate Joan Macleod and Doreen Poirier in joining Valerie Mills as Lifetime Honourary members.

All of these ladies have given countless hours of volunteer time, served on the executive of the past, and supported this club through its hardest times.

The club wants everyone to know just how much they are appreciated.

The objective of the All Sooke Arts & Crafts Association is to assist and encourage the artists and craft persons of Sooke in developing their skills and promoting sales through public displays and demonstrations and provide network services to other community members and groups.

The group meets every third Wednesday of the month at the EMCS Staff Room  (except during the summer months). Come and meet fellow artists and crafters and find out about our Christmas show, the oldest craft show of its kind on the Island.

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