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Mission Mayor Ted Adlem lights up the 20-foot Christmas tree at last Friday’s Moonlight Madness sale, and kickoff to the 2012 Mission Community Services Christmas Bureau campaign. Below right: Darryl Devuyst, (left) Sara Whitworth and Del Sidhu, one of the new owners of Mr. Mike’s Steakhouse Casual Restaurante were on hand hosting a toy drive during Moonlight Madness. The event also served as the starting point for a new Mission Regional Chamber of Commerce project called Pay It Forward. This project sees receipts from Mission stores submitted to the chamber and participating retail stores between Nov. 16 and Dec. 15, and 10 cents from each receipt is donated to the Christmas Bureau. - Jamie Hayes photos
Mission Mayor Ted Adlem lights up the 20-foot Christmas tree at last Friday’s Moonlight Madness sale, and kickoff to the 2012 Mission Community Services Christmas Bureau campaign. Below right: Darryl Devuyst, (left) Sara Whitworth and Del Sidhu, one of the new owners of Mr. Mike’s Steakhouse Casual Restaurante were on hand hosting a toy drive during Moonlight Madness. The event also served as the starting point for a new Mission Regional Chamber of Commerce project called Pay It Forward. This project sees receipts from Mission stores submitted to the chamber and participating retail stores between Nov. 16 and Dec. 15, and 10 cents from each receipt is donated to the Christmas Bureau.
— image credit: Jamie Hayes photos
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