Saanich Peninsula Hospital Auxiliary has a Bazaar time

The Saanich Peninsula Hospital Auxiliary 40th Anniversary Christmas Bazaar and Craft Fair opened with due pomp and ceremony.

  • Nov. 28, 2014 2:00 p.m.

Dr. Ambrose Marsh and Sidney Town Crier Kenny Podmore were on hand to open the 2014 Saanich Peninsula Hospital Auxiliary Bazaar and Craft Sale at the Mary Winspear Centre Nov. 23.

SIDNEY — The Saanich Peninsula Hospital Auxiliary 40th Anniversary Christmas Bazaar and Craft Fair opened with due pomp and ceremony at the Mary Winspear Centre on Nov. 22, with Sidney Town Crier Kenny Podmore crying the event and Dr. Ambrose Marsh, Chief of Staff of the hospital responding.

The event, as always was strongly supported by this community, well attended and financially successful!

The Bazaar raffle winners were:

First prize — $500 cash, Marge Bowerman  #2612.

Second prize — a $250 Sidney Auto Detailing gift certificate, Stewart Wood  #00514.

Third prize — $100 gift certificate from Barbara’s Boutique and a $100 gift certificate from Baden Baden, Nancy Bettridge #00723.

Fourth prize — Queen size quilt, Gwen Horrocks # 00100.

Gift basket winners were:

Silver base — Ann McDonald. Red Base —  Bev Lewis. Co-Op — Michael Case. Wicker — Cindy Drew.

A mini bazaar will be held in the Saanich Peninsula Hospital on Thursday, December 4 from  9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The proceeds from both Bazaars will be used to purchase equipment, furnishings and patient comfort for the Saanich Peninsula Hospital.

— Submitted by the Saanich Peninsula Hospital Auxiliary

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