Cops for Cancer fundraiser The Edward Milne Community School Leadership class will be holding a car wash at the A&W parking lot on Saturday

Cops for Cancer fundraiser

Leadership class hard at work

The Edward Milne Community School Leadership class will be holding a car wash at the A&W parking lot on Saturday, Sept. 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. They are hoping this year to beat their $3,000 fundraiser from last year, which was made from the car wash and the bottle drive.

The class will also be holding a bottle drive on Saturday, Oct. 1st at EMCS in an effort to raise more money for Cops for Cancer.  They will be going around Sooke collecting bottles, but people are also welcome to drop off bottles as well. More information on where to drop off your bottles and cans will follow closer to the date of the bottle drive.

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