Interact Club members volunteer

Hard-working Rotary Interact Club volunteers take a break at St. Hilda’s Trivia Night fundraiser on March 7. The club sends out bouquets of thanks to all of trivia contestants, donors and volunteers, for generously supporting this event in St. Hilda’s Capital Campaign. The net proceeds were $3500, and $500 will be donated to the Sechelt Food Bank. 

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