QC’s Hospital Day just over a month away

  • May. 16, 2014 1:00 p.m.

Submitted article–The date is Saturday June 21, and this is the 106th Hospital Day. Events will start at 8:00 am at the QC Community Hall with the pancake breakfast followed by the parade departing from the bottom of Forestry Hill Road at 10:30 am. All the usual great food and games for the kiddies. Two raffles this year, one for cash and a second one only sold during June, for a trip for two anywhere in Air Canada’s world, $10 each, only 500 tickets printed.There will also be slowpitch being played all afternoon. I’m sure you saw the new dugouts. Hospital Day donated the cost of materials for one of them. A silent and live auction as usual and Kelly’s Krew will be cooking up salmon and steak for dinner that night followed by the Community Club dance. Mark your calendar for June 21. See you there!

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