Norm Macleod delivers the address to the haggis during the 2017 Robbie Burns fundraiser in Mission. / Bob FriesenFile Photo

11th annual Robbie Burns Supper and Dance returning to Mission

Cancer fundraiser takes place Saturday, Jan. 26 at Chartwell Cedarbrooke

The 11th annual Robbie Burns Supper and Dance is returning to Mission.

The former office volunteers of the Mission unit of the Canadian Cancer Society will once again hold the fundraiser in memory of Jimmy Logan, founder of the event, and in conjunction with Cops For Cancer.

The dinner/dance takes place on Saturday, Jan. 26 at Chartwell Cedarbrooke (32331 Seventh Ave. in Mission) with doors opening at 7 p.m. and dinner being served at 7:30 p.m.

The evening includes guest speakers, a 50/50 draw, door prizes, and live and silent auctions.

Funds raised go towards programs for children with cancer, most notably Camp Goodtimes.

Tickets are $40 and are available at Cedarbrooke Chateau and Save-On-Foods in Mission.

For information, contact mission@bccancer.ca or call Nancy at 604-751-1467 or Betty at 604-302-4043.

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