More than $13K raised for cancer society

The Mission unit of the CCS hosted its fourth annual Robbie Burns fundraiser Jan. 21

Mission Canadian Cancer Society unit President Jimmy Logan gives the address to the haggis.

The haggies was toasted (but not so often sampled) by around 100 people Saturday night at the Mission Canadian Cancer Society’s Robbie Burns Supper.

The event, which celebrated Scotland’s famous poet, generated $13,200 in total donations, which will be used for cancer research, Cops for Cancer and Camp Goodtimes.

Visit The Record’s photo gallery of the event.

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