Golf cart needed for Canada Day

Sooke fire department is requested the use of a cart for one day only

Do you have a spare golf cart floating around? Do you know someone who has?

The Sooke fire department is scouting around for a kind donation of a golf cart, to be used for one day only. They will be providing onsite patrol services and first aid at the Sooke Flats on Monday, July 1 for the Canada Day celebrations.

Their day begins at 10 in the morning and continues through the fireworks and ends only when the last wandering reveller has left the building. Or, in this case, the Flats.

Besides keeping everyone healthy and safe, the Sooke Fire Department will be providing inflatables to entertain the children.

If you have a lead on a golf cart and want to give a little back to the ones who look after us so nicely, Sooke Fire would love to hear from you. While delivery would be nice, pick-up can be arranged.

If you can help contact Fire Chief Steve Sorensen, at 250-642-5422 or send him an email, at ssorensen@sooke.ca

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