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Come Spend The Evening With Critter Care Wildlife Society To Celebrate Their 20th Anniversary!

Critter Care Wildlife Society is the result of the hard work Gail Martin has put in into saving BC critters in the last 30 years. She first started caring for injured raccoons- which eventually led to assisting all BC native injured mammals including black bear cubs. Gail has worked tirelessly for the last thirty years and is an avid conservationist and knowledgeable rehabilitator. Critter Care Wildlife Society is the culmination of her lifetime commitment to the preservation of all living things. The Society has dedicated the last 20 years to saving mammals throughout BC and give them a second chance to live free and wild. Help us protect your children and grandchildren’s legacy by joining us for this special evening!

Christmas Spirit is Alive and Well in Downtown Abbotsford With Largest Crowd Ever at The 29th Winter Jubilee

The spirit of Christmas was alive and well in Downtown Abbotsford on December 1st when record crowds turned out at the 29th annual Winter Jubilee tree lighting and Christmas fair. More than 8,5000 attendees packed the streets of Essendene and Montrose Avenues to kick off the holidays during Abbotsford’s popular free outdoor Christmas celebration.

Central City’s Charity Gift Wrap Centre

Get your holiday gifts wrapped at Central City’s Charity Gift Wrap Centre from December 7 to 24!

Prices start at just $2 and a wide assortment of attractive eco-friendly wrap and bag options are available. The Charity Gift Wrap Centre is located on the south side of the shopping centre adjacent to Tim Hortons.  The gift wrap centre is coordinated by the Surrey Central Lions Club and staffed entirely by volunteers. 100% of the proceeds from the service benefit the Surrey Food Bank and elementary school breakfast program.

Visit www.centralcity.ca for more details.

Canuck Place Children’s Hospice Lights up For The Holiday Season

On Thursday, November 29, 2018, Canuck Place Children’s Hospice – Dave Lede House in Abbotsford will illuminate thousands of festive lights decorating the hospice and surrounding gardens to welcome in Abbotsford to welcome the holiday season and celebrate the donors and sponsors who support the funding of pediatric palliative care for Canuck Place children and families across BC.

The Canuck Place Lighting of the House is an annual tradition that brings Canuck Place supporters together to celebrate their contributions. The evening will feature a performance by the Mennonite Educational Institute (MEI) Choir, festive activities, as well as a special ceremony where Canuck Place family, the McLeods, will illuminate the house and grounds.

Canuck Place has also launched their online Light a Life holiday campaign at www.canuckplace.org to invite the public to join the donors at this event in contributing to Canuck Place care. This campaign complements the Lighting of the House event and will run until December 31st, 2019.

Event: 2018 Lighting of the House, presented by CIBC

Date: Thursday, November 29, 2018

Time: 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm (Canuck Place CEO, Margaret McNeil remarks & lighting at

approximately 6:00 pm by Canuck Place family the McLeods)

Location: Canuck Place Children’s Hospice – Dave Lede House

32772 Marshall Road Abbotsford, BC

Canuck Place Children’s Hospice is British Columbia’s pediatric palliative care provider. Over 728 children living with life-threatening illnesses and families receive care from CPCH through outreach programs and two provincial hospice locations: Vancouver and Abbotsford. Services include medical respite and family support, pain and symptom management, 24-hour phone consultation support and in-house clinical care, music, art and recreation therapy, education, grief and loss counselling and end-of-life care. Through the investment of the community, our talented team, and over 275 energetic volunteers we make a lasting difference in the lives of children and the families who love them. Visit  www.canuckplace.org for more information.