Hospital Day in Charlotte June 23

  • Jun. 11, 2012 2:00 p.m.

Hospital Day 2012 is quickly approaching..mark your calendars for Saturday June 23. Hospital Day is boasting a Country and Western theme this year so haul out your cowboy hats and boots and join in the fun.The day begins as usual with the Pancake Breakfast served by the Volunteer Fire Department at 8:00 a.m. at the QC Community Hall and the annual parade starting from the hospital at 10:30 a.m.Then the day long fun continues at QC Community Hall with many new kid’s games, face painting, a puppet show, softball games and other new events this year that will include a pony bounce race along with real live pony rides and an all day main stage featuring local musical talent.Continuing with the Country and Western theme the food this year features chili, corn on the cob, hot dogs, hamburgers, pulled pork as well as a wonderful assortment of desserts, and much more!This is a fund raising event and so you can expect to see a loonie twoonie auction as well as a live auction inside the QC Community Hall and the evening finishes off with the annual Hospital Day Dance where the winning ticket will be drawn for the Hospital Day Lottery which is a GC for $2000 with Expedia Cruise Lines and $500 cash from Queen Charlotte Tire.We are still looking for Auction items so please call Ellen at 250-559-4301 with your donations for the 104th Annual Hospital Day event.

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