Royal Purple issues challenge to adopt a family for Christmas!

Clearwater Royal Purple #302 would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas

Editor, The Times:

I would like to share some of the exciting projects the Canadian Royal Purple #302 have coming up.

First, we are going to continue with our adopt a family for Christmas, which is such a rewarding activity.

Knowing you helped make a family’s Christmas special is just so heart-warming. After all, ‘giving’ is what Christmas is all about, right?

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Another group we all greatly admire and appreciate, ‘Changes That Heal,’ is taking a break from all their hard work this season.

They have given us their blessing (and cookie tins) to provide you with Christmas baked goods at Kathy’s second annual Holiday Bazaar on Sunday, Dec. 17 at the Blackpool Hall.

These are a big seller, as they can be purchased and popped in your freezer for your holiday table, or used as gifts. We have agreed to take this on, so the tradition won’t be missed.

Note, you could add a tin of baked goods to the Christmas hamper when you adopt a family. The information on doing this is found below!

Most importantly, Canadian Royal Purple #302 would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas, a Happy New Year, and most of all a safe Holiday Season!

We the (Canadian Royal Purple #302) will be adopting a family again this year. We challenge you, (local businesses, groups and individuals) to do the same.

For information on the Royal Purple, contact Deb call or text # 778-725-4488. For more information about the food hampers, contact Susan at Clearwater and District Food Bank on Thursday mornings, 9 a.m. – noon, 674-3402.

Tis the season!

Brenda Griffiths,

Clearwater Royal Purple #302

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