Castlegar: get ’em while they’re sweet, get ’em while they’re there

Christmas cookie sale lined up to benefit Castlegar Primary School

A sweet and tasty way to support Castlegar Primary

This year, the parents of the primary school are attempting a Christmas Cookie Exchange fundraiser. On December 11 starting at 2 p.m., large ($10) and small ($5) platters of Christmas baking will be for sale at the school.

This is a great way for you to have a variety of Christmas baking for the holiday while supporting your local primary school.

All funds raised will go towards projects and initiatives for our primary school students. Be sure to get there early on Wednesday to buy a platter before they’re gone!

Any questions please contact Leanne Osokin at 250-365-0503.

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