Daffodil lunch Oct. 22

Volunteers with the Port Alberni chapter of the Canadian Cancer Society invite the public to their daffodil bulb luncheon and fashion show.

Volunteers with the Port Alberni chapter of the Canadian Cancer Society invite the public to their annual daffodil bulb luncheon and fashion show.

This year’s event will be held Thursday, Oct. 22, 12 p.m. at the Alberni Valley United Church, at 3747 Church St.

Tickets are $20 each and include lunch and a fashion show featuring fall fashions from local ladies’ wear stores.

This year there will also be a balloon pop, silent auction, bag prizes, door prizes and daffodil bulbs for sale.

Tickets are available at the Cancer Society office on Third Avenue beside Double R Meats and at partipating ladies’ wear stores.

This year’s chairperson is Bev Frolic, a longtime volunteer with the Canadian Cancer Society.

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