Halfmoon Bay: April Fool’s Run is this Sunday

The monthly meeting of the Halfmoon Bay Branch of the Sunshine Coast Healthcare Auxiliary is on Monday, April 8 at 9:45 a.m. at the Coopers Green Hall. Guests and visitors are always welcome.

The Healthcare Auxiliary is also hosting another Fabulous Bridge Luncheon on April 25 at the Botanical Garden in West Sechelt. Along with bridge and a delicious lunch there will be items for auction and door prizes. All money raised goes to supporting healthcare on the Sunshine Coast. Cost of tickets is $120 per table of four. Contact Shelley Grainger at 604-885-7338 for tickets.

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A reminder to all Halfmoon Bay runners and walkers that the BMO Sunshine Coast April Fool’s Run is this Sunday, April 7. You can register at www.foolsrun.com. The event includes a kids’ run, which has a limited entry of 50. 

This run grows every year and can always use more volunteers. For details see www.foolsrun.com. 

The Easter Egg Hunt is Sunday, April 21, at Coopers Green Park. Halfmoon Bay Community School (HBCS) welcomes families with children up to Grade 7. They are most grateful to the local sponsors, the Welcome Woods Market, Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire Department, Halfmoon Bay Community Association and HBCS parents and students. Plan to come down for hot dogs, coffee a great Sunday family outing. 

To have your say at the bay, contact me before 5 p.m. Monday at teknight@telus.net or 604-885-5034.

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