Talking to your food

  • Jan. 20, 2011 2:00 p.m.
Jimmy Logan, the local Canadian Cancer Society president and native Scottish son, gives the Ode to the Haggis at last Saturday’s third annual Robbie Burns Supper, held at Cedarbrooke Chateau with proceeds benefiting the Canadian Cancer Society. Over 100 guests attended, helping raise $6,000 from ticket sales plus silent and live auction items. Raffle ticket sales accounted for an additional $7,500. Carole Herris of White Rock won the top prize, a trip for two anywhere West Jet flies, and Steven Cliffe of Lake Errock won a $500 gift certificate to Real Canadian Superstore. One hundred per cent of the funds raised go towards Cops for Cancer, pediatric research and Camp Good Times.

Jimmy Logan, the local Canadian Cancer Society president and native Scottish son, gives the Ode to the Haggis at last Saturday’s third annual Robbie Burns Supper, held at Cedarbrooke Chateau with proceeds benefiting the Canadian Cancer Society. Over 100 guests attended, helping raise $6,000 from ticket sales plus silent and live auction items. Raffle ticket sales accounted for an additional $7,500. Carole Herris of White Rock won the top prize, a trip for two anywhere West Jet flies, and Steven Cliffe of Lake Errock won a $500 gift certificate to Real Canadian Superstore. One hundred per cent of the funds raised go towards Cops for Cancer, pediatric research and Camp Good Times.

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