Clearwater Rotary to hold Oktoberfest

On Saturday, Oct. 20, come to Clearwater Ski Hill Lodge for food, stomping good live music, and fun

On Saturday, Oct. 20, come to Clearwater Ski Hill Lodge for food, stomping good live music, and fun. The doors open at 6:30 p.m. and a Bavarian lunch is served from 7 – 8 p.m. With Hans Jensen of Kamloops playing traditional toe-tapping or foot-stomping Oktoberfest music from 8 p.m. until midnight, you’ll want to be there to dance, to listen or to win prizes. The cost of $20 per person includes all of the above.

Want to dress up or put on a costume?  Go for it! It’s all part of this great social evening. Even if you cannot come, tickets make a fine gift for your family or friends. This is your chance to support Rotary – and have lots of fun at the same time. Phone Hazel at 250-674-1674 or 250-674-3998, or Isabelle at 250-674-2959 for tickets and for more information. A sales table will also be set up outside Safety Mart during the week previous to this enjoyable event.

Clearwater Rotary supports many worthwhile community projects like student exchange, park improvements and additions, scholarships, and much more. On the International scene, eradication of polio has been a goal for Rotary clubs around the world. The success of this campaign shows in that no new cases of polio have been diagnosed in India recently. World Polio Day is Wednesday, Oct. 24.  Want to know more or make a donation? Check out this website: www.rotary.org/en/ServiceAndFellowship/Polio/Pages/ridefault.aspx

 

See you at Oktoberfest!

 

 

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