Playing Family Feud will help Crofton and Chemainus students

The Chemainus Crofton Community Schools Association is hosting a fundraising games night Feb. 10 at Chemainus Secondary School.

Survey says … raise money for students in Chemainus and Crofton by playing Family Feud.

The Chemainus Crofton Community Schools Association (CCSA) is hosting its third annual fundraising games night for local child and youth programs this Friday (Feb. 10) at Chemainus Secondary School. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and dinner is at 6 p.m.

It will be a humourous community school version of the television game show Family Feud. This fun fundraising evening also features a home-cooked lasagna dinner, a 50/50 draw and a silent auction. The event will be hosted by Darrell Dawson from Crofton Elementary School and will feature students from Chemainus Elementary, Chemainus Secondary and Crofton Elementary as hosts, servers and team families.

Everyone is welcome to watch the game or enter a team.

If you don’t want to play Family Feud, you can watch this hilarious event, enjoy a meat or vegetarian lasagna dinner and support the CCSA. Tickets are $12 for adults, $6 for children younger than 12 and free for children younger than four.

Tickets are available at Chemainus Secondary School, Chemainus Elementary School, Crofton Elementary School and the CCSA office at 3172 Garner St. in Chemainus.

For more information or to enter a team, contact the CCSA office at 250-246-3588 or e-mail

Family Feud is open to all individuals and organizations, and it costs $150 to enter a team (family) of five players.

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