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Sooke soccer hits the field — to sells Christmas trees

Looking for a tree? The Sooke Soccer Club will be selling Christmas trees at the Fred Milne Park.

The Sooke Soccer Club will be selling Christmas trees at the Fred Milne Park. All proceeds will go towards “trying to improve the qualify of the club in general,” said Jen Petrie when she dropped by the Sooke News Mirror to tell us of the event. Specifically, the money will go towards field improvements, coaching courses, and the club in general. They will also be collecting food for the Sooke Food Bank, so you’re welcome to bring some non-perishables when you go to buy your Sooke Soccer Christmas tree.

Petrie was also pleased to announce that enrolment in the Sooke Soccer club was up this year, to over 350 players.

 

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