Singing a holiday tune

Rotary's annual Carol Festival helps raise donations for Christmas Bureau

Help ring in the festive season and support your local food bank and Mission Community Services Christmas Bureau by attending Mission Rotary Club’s annual Christmas Carol Festival held at the Clarke Theatre Thursday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m.

This year’s festival features Deroche, Dewdney, and Cherry Hill elementary schools, Heritage Park Secondary and Valley Christian School.

Also performing are Joy Vox Community Choir, the Fraser Valley Stage Society and the Chilliwack Symphony Chorus.

Admission is by donation to the Food Bank and Christmas Bureau and Rotarians will be on hand in the lobby to assist Phil Hope from Mission Community Services in collecting the items. This event has a long history in Mission and has a sing-a-long portion at the end of the program which for many marks the beginning of the Christmas season in our community. For further information please call Rotarian Pam Alexis at 604-302-2005.

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