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REPORTING · 26th September 2015
Walter McFarlane
There were a lot of people coming through the Christ the King Catholic Church basement on Saturday, September 19th as the Church hosted a fundraiser for Syrian Refugees.

“We are, as a church, within the community, Christ the King Catholic Parish here, we are endeavoring do this community event to raise funds specifically for Syrian Refugees. The Money is going to be forwarded through the Canadian Catholic Association for Development and Peace,” said Catherine Bilina.

There were Barbecues, a White Elephant table, a Car Boot Sale, a Bake Table, a Kids Corner and a Buskers Corner.

Bilana thanked all of the businesses who supported the raffle, the venders and everyone who came out to support them.
Erin Baker (about to get hit by a sponge), a brave teacher from Saint Anthony’s Elementary School, allowed her students to throw sponges at her following a $30 donation
Erin Baker (about to get hit by a sponge), a brave teacher from Saint Anthony’s Elementary School, allowed her students to throw sponges at her following a $30 donation
A group of friends, each with ukuleles, got together to play at the Busker's Corner.  They call themselves the Ukulele Ladies
A group of friends, each with ukuleles, got together to play at the Busker's Corner. They call themselves the Ukulele Ladies