Help Winter Wonderland

The people putting on West Coast Winter Wonderland at the AV Multiplex in December are looking for some enthusiastic decorators to help.

The people putting on West Coast Winter Wonderland at the AV Multiplex in December are looking for some enthusiastic decorators to help with setup.

“We’re looking for some volunteers who are keen on helping us decorate,” spokesperson Ron Doetzel said.

Volunteers would be needed for Sunday, Dec. 6 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Coulson Rink side of the Multiplex. The trees—about 50 of them, coming from the ADSS tree farm—would already be set up but need lights all the other decorations will need to be put up, he said.

For more info, please call Doetzel at 250-720-5550 or Jordan Newberry in the city’s Parks, Recreation and Heritage department, 250-723-2181.

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