TGIBT

“Thank Goodness It’ll Be Friday,” or… “Things’ll Get Incrementally Better, Finally.”

The date to note is this Friday, April 22 and the plan is to support the work of The Land Conservancy (TLC) in a couple of very fun ways.

The Prince of Whales and AdrenaLINE Adventure Tours are helping TLC with partial proceeds from the business they do this Friday.

They support ongoing efforts to preserve large swaths of relative wilderness for the enjoyment and enrichment of present and future generations. 

Specifically intended to benefit from this one-day fundraiser is TLC’s Wild Hills and Beaches campaign – representing 5,800 acres of territory in the Jordan River, Sandcut Beach and the Sooke Hills. 

If these exciting pursuits are something you’ve been considering and TLC is something you can get behind – your TGIBF table is set.

For details on this one-day fundraiser visit TLC online at www.conservancy.com.

 

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