Rod and Gun Club awards night fun for all ages

Dancing up a storm a big part of the agenda

Chemainus Rod and Gun Club awards night: a heartfelt thanks to all those involved with this event.

The evening is about dancing, meeting with new and old friends, and enjoying a great meal hosted by the Crofton Community Centre gals and guys.

The gathering was sold out and brought out young and old. The community can be proud of the fine young men and women representing our town, they danced up a storm all night long, conducting themselves and others respectfully all evening.

Thanks to the kids, us older folk enjoy ourselves that much more. The many different fundraising activities allow the club to invest those monies into our community and our kids.

Once again, thanks to all of the club’s organizers for a fantastic family night.

Dave Sandulo,


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