Alberni’s Sunshine Club holds open house for retiring Deb Barr

The Sunshine Club will honour former Port Alberni city employee Deb Barr with an open house on May 9 at Echo Centre.

Deb Barr, who worked with the Sunshine Club seniors’ organization in Port Alberni for more than 35 years, has retired.

To honour Barr and her commitment to the Port Alberni seniors, the Sunshine Club is holding an open house for her on Wednesday, May 9, from 1–3 p.m. at Echo Centre.

It is hoped that Sunshine Club members and others who dealt with Barr over the years will be able to attend to say, “farewell”, and wish her a long and satisfying retirement.

Each hour will include a special gift for Barr, to show appreciation for her hard work and dedication to all of the members of the Port Alberni Sunshine Club.

Echo Centre is located at 4255 Wallace St. in Port Alberni.

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