PHOTO: Cancer Support Group fundraiser

Almost 200 tickets were sold for the Corks & Forks fundraiser for the Revelstoke Cancer Support Group.

Almost 200 tickets were sold for the Corks & Forks dinner and silent auction that was held at the Catholic Church on Saturday. The dinner served as a fundraiser for the Revelstoke Cancer Support Group and the proceeds will go to help transport people in town to treatments and appointments that take place out of town. The evening featured music from Steve Smith and the group 45 minutes

Almost 200 tickets were sold for the Corks & Forks dinner and silent auction that was held at the Catholic Church on Saturday. The dinner served as a fundraiser for the Revelstoke Cancer Support Group and the proceeds will go to help transport people in town to treatments and appointments that take place out of town. The evening featured music from Steve Smith and the group 45 minutes, a silent auction, raffle, door prizes and a menu prepared by the Knights of Columbus. The total amount raised was not available as of press time.

~ Alex Cooper/Revelstoke Times Review

 

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