Sizzling competition for an important, great cause


1-3 PM Saturday, June 1st

Hosted by Kinnaird Church of God

2404 Columbia Ave. Castlegar


Two Chefs – grill to grill

Local Celebrity Judges

Burger & grilled Chicken Lunch platters – $7ea

(All Profits going to Castlegar Women’s Safe Home Program)

Live Music

Fun & Games for the Kids


Also…Enter to win 1 of 3 awesome prizes in a RAFFLE for Artisan Hand-Crafted Wood Outdoor Furniture

1st Prize – 8’6″ Octagonal Picnic Table

2nd Prize – Children’s See-Saw

3rd Prize – 2 Decorator Planters


Raffle Tickets – $5/ea or $10/3 – Draw Date: June 1st

For advance Tickets – call Mark @250-867-0080

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