Canadian Cancer Society hosting volunteer appreciation tea in Ladysmith

The local unit of the Canadian Cancer Society is hosting a Volunteer Appreciation Tea Dec. 13 at the Eagles Hall from 1:30-3 p.m.


The local unit of the Canadian Cancer Society is hosting our annual Volunteer Appreciation Tea Tues., Dec. 13 at the Eagles Hall in Ladysmith from 1:30-3 p.m. We would like to invite all who have helped our unit raise an amazing $70,000-plus this year through the Door to Door Campaign, Relay for Life (fashion show) and Cops for Cancer/Tour de Rock. Without our unit and office volunteers, door-to-door canvassers, special event volunteers and business support in Ladysmith and area, this would not happen.

The Canadian Cancer Society has been active in Ladysmith since 1946 and has its office in the new Ladysmith Resources building at 630 Second Ave.

Janice Grinnell

Unit President

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