Agassiz Community Expo this Thursday

Win a stay at Harrison Beach Hotel in barbecue competition

The Agassiz Legion is hosting an Open House and Community Expo this Thursday, and there is still room for more exhibitors.

The expo is open to all local businesses and community service organizations interested in showing the community what they can offer.

To top it off, there will be a barbecue competition, with a grand prize of a one-night-stay at the Harrison Beach Hotel.

Tables will be set up inside and outside the Agassiz Legion, and tables are available at no cost for non-profit organizations. For businesses, the cost is $25.

For more information on registering a table or entering the barbecue competition, email ace@sd78.bc.ca.

For more information about the Legion, visit www.agassizlegion.com.

The open house will run from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. this Thursday.

 

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