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Love is in the air

Hearts were aflutter with excitement last month as South Surrey seniors and guests enjoyed a butterfly release fundraiser at The Royale Peninsula.

Benefiting Peace Arch Hospital, $1,400 was raised June 27 as 120 butterflies were released in honour and celebration of loved ones while a memory board featured photos, wishes and notes of dedication.

More than 150 guests came to the South Surrey retirement residence to enjoy the release and support the hospital.

 

 

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