Fall Fair work bee this Sunday

  • Jul. 24, 2009 8:00 a.m.

Submitted by Doug Louis-The Tlell Fall Fair is less than two weeks away. There will be a setup work bee on Sunday, July 26, at 1 pm. All help is appreciated.There are still bags available for the “Brown Bag Challenge”. There is a bag for children and one for adults. To get a brown bag, call Gladys at 250-559-4624. The deadline to get a brown bag is 10 pm on July 28. We can’t wait to see what comes out of this challenge.Drop-offs for exhibitors has been arranged. This year the Masset drop-off is at Jeanette Cory’s, Made With Love Craft Supplies, 1971 Trumpeter Drive, or give her a call at 250-626-3220. In Queen Charlotte you can give Linda a call at 250-559-8975 before Friday, July 31.We are still looking for someone to take on the fishpond. If you are interested please give Linda a call at 250-559-8975.Reminder: except for animals and challenges, all entries are to be at the fairgrounds between 3 pm and 6 pm Saturday Aug. 1. Any entries received after 6 pm will not be judged.If you wish to avoid line-ups on judging day, send us your entry forms before noon on July 31. Your entries must go to Linda Louis: ?Box 497?, Queen Charlotte?, ?or faxed to 250-559-8975? or dropped off at 315 Second Avenue in Queen Charlotte.We look forward to seeing everyone’s entries on judging day and we will see you at the 27th annual Tlell Fall Fair on Aug. 2.

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