Jordyn Borsellino raised money for the Sooke Food Bank through a bottle drive.

This and That, January 10, 2015

Brief items of interest to Sooke News Mirror readers

  • Jan. 7, 2015 5:00 a.m.

Raising money for food bank

Fifteen-year-old Jordyn Borsellino took it upon herself to raise money for the Sooke Food Bank.

The Edward Milne community school student organized a bottle drive for a school program, for which they had to do something charitable, and raised $152.25 with the bottle drive through Sunriver. Borsellino is also involved in the First Sooke Venturers.

Donations of cash or non-perishable food items can be dropped off at the Sooke News Miirror office at #4-6631 Sooke Road.

Felt the earth move?

The Unexplained Rumblings of the Sooke area is a Facebook page where someone is keeping track of earthquakes and unexplained rumblings.

Winners from Legion contest

Local students received awards for the annual Legion Remembrance Contest.

Tom Lott and Bob Young from the Sooke Legion awarded certificates and cheques to Sooke students for their wining entices in this years Poster and Literary competition.

The big winner was Ecole Poirier: Gracie Szadkowski, Brenden Marchak, Presley Banys Sadie Unger, Ben Hassett, and Olivia Lennox.  Missing is Bronson Hayes-MacLeod. From John Muir, a young lady who won two awards and 2two cheques, Barbara Ann Marie McKenzie.

From Sooke Elementary, Neesh Rianin Loutet.

Congratulations to all!

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