Youth centre raffles flight for two to fundraise for building’s upkeep

The Port Alberni Youth Centre Society is teaming up with WestJet again this year to raffle off a voucher for a trip for two.

Denise Dalla-Vicenza

The Port Alberni Youth Centre Society is teaming up with WestJet again this year to raffle off a voucher for a trip for two to anywhere in the world that WestJet flies.

The society owns and operates the youth centre at 4210 Cedarwood St. The centre is purposed for youth activities for all residents of the Alberni Valley, and is presently home to the Navy League and Sea Cadet corps as well as the Centennial Belles.

All youth activities are welcomed and the property can be made available for events.

The PAYC society is raising funds to continue renovating and maintaining the youth centre.

The tickets are $10 each and are available from the following local businesses:

Alberni Colour Corner Benjamin Moore; Alberni Valley News; AV Times; Animal Ark; Beaver Creek Market; Boomerangs; Cruisers Grill (Whiskey Creek); Ecuador & More; Global Securities; Kismet Quilts; M & D Automotive; Valley Wines & Water; any Youth Centre Society member.

The draw will be made Sept. 19 at 4 p.m. at the Toy Run.

For more information about the youth centre, search for Port Alberni Youth Centre on Facebook.

If you wish to contact the centre for the possible inclusion of your group to the facilities please call 250-723-7442 (ext. 3) and leave contact details.

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