Halfmoon Bay: Travel Ambassadors wanted

Rock away those winter blues at a St. Patrick’s Day Dance, with classic hits performed by the popular Playback, a dedicated group of musicians. Brighten up your weekend March 16 at Coopers Green Hall. Doors 7 p.m., music starts 7:30 p.m. As of Monday there were only a few tickets left at Halfmoon Bay General Store, Welcome Woods Market and Pastimes in Sechelt.

The Halfmoon Bay Branch of the Sunshine Coast Healthcare Auxiliary is hosting another Fabulous Bridge Luncheon on April 25 at the Botanical Gardens 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. The cost of tickets is $120 per table of four. Shelley Grainger at 604-885-7338 can be contacted for tickets. 

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Drop in and play pickleball, the fastest growing sport in North America, now played on Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Halfmoon Bay Community School gym, sponsored by HBCA. Plan to arrive by 5:30 p.m. Racquets and balls are provided. Cost is $4 per session. For more information, email Don Cunliffe doncunliffe@gmail.com, or Tim Dayton tim.j.dayton@gmail.com. 

Volunteers are needed for the Travel Ambassadors. The commitment is one half-day a week on the Horseshoe Bay to Langdale ferry run. The Ambassadors greet visitors, answer their questions and hand out information about things to do and see on the Sunshine Coast. All materials and local information are provided. The program usually has about 30 members and runs from Easter to the week after Thanksgiving, sponsored by BC Ferries and Gibsons Chamber of Commerce. To find out more, please contact Terry at teknight@telus.net. 

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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