Seal Skull Hammer

Fundraiser for baby Neve Beisel

Seal Skull Hammer, an old-time roots band from Salmon Arm, will be headlining a fundraiser to raise money for baby Neve Beisel.

Seal Skull Hammer, an old-time roots band from Salmon Arm, will be headlining a fundraiser to raise money for baby Neve Beisel.

Neve has experienced a number of medical problems since she was born in late March and the fundraiser is to help her parents Cory Beisel and Whitney Kendrick with their finances as they tend to her medical care.

The Lonely Souls, featuring Revelstoke’s Doris Folkens, will also be performing, and there will be a silent auction and desert auction.

The fundraiser will be at the seniors centre on Sunday, July 28 from 6–10 p.m.

Tickets are $10 and are available at the Queen Victoria Hospital physiotherapy department, Apex Rafting, the Regent, the community centre and at the door.

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