Rotary Carol Festival returns

This year’s festival will feature seven different choirs from the community and Mission Public Schools.

Help ring in the festive season and support your local Food Centre and Christmas Bureau by attending the annual Rotary Carol Festival presented by the Rotary Clubs of Mission at the Clarke Theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 24 at 7 p.m.

This year’s festival will feature seven different choirs from the community and Mission Public Schools as well as the Mission Ukulele Circle and a mass sing-a-long led by Joy Vox.

Admission is by donation to the Food Centre and Christmas Bureau and Rotarians will be on hand in the lobby to assist Phil Hope from Mission Community Services in collecting donations of non-perishable food items, new unwrapped toys, or cash.

This event has a long history in Mission and marks, the beginning of the Christmas season for many in the community.

For further information, call Rotarian Cory Cassel at 604-832-3130.


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