Bashaw Meadows gets into Christmas spirit

The Christmas Tea and silent auction aims to support the meadows programming

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Family, friends, staff and the community of Bashaw came out to support the annual Christmas Tea and Silent Auction at Bashaw Meadows.

This special event was held on Dec. 8th at the facility. The fundraiser draws the community together for an afternoon of fellowship and embracing this special time of the year.

The event raises funds that are necessary for the recreational department to offer a variety of programs for the residents at the facility.

“It’s simply wonderful to see the community come out each year to support our event,” says Iris Buchaski, the facility’s activity coordinator.

The residents look very forward to this annual event and take pride in making various Christmas decorations to support it.

 

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