Burgers and beer

West Kootenay Friends of Refugees is hosting another fundraiser at the Flying Steamshovel.

West Kootenay Friends of Refugees is hosting another fundraiser!

This time its Burgers and Beer at the Shovel. We’ll have music, silent auction, 50/50, door prizes, good company and whatever else we come up with between now and then. Join us for a fun evening and to support a good cause! Invite your friends and family too. (Must be over 19- be sure to bring ID)

When: June 12

Where: The Flying Steamshovel

Time: 6pm-9pm

Cost: $20. Gets you a Shovel burger and a pint of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. (Sorry, substitutions will be an extra charge)

Tickets must be purchased in advance by June 10th from a WKFoR volunteer. No tickets at the door. Let me know if you want to come. I’m selling tickets.

WKFoR is a volunteer group raising funds to sponsor two families from Burma to relocate to Rossland.

 

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