ACE event was another success

Agassiz Centre for Education thanks community for support

Our annual Silent Auction and BBQ was a huge success again, thanks to all of the support we get from both individuals and businesses in this community, and in Chilliwack.  We were also honored to have been the premier event for the new Library Live and On Tour (LiLi) vehicle and she definitely rocked the event!

Special thanks to all of those who donated either cash or prizes.  We could not do this without the generosity of the donors: The Observer, Waal & Co. (Lawyer), Remax, Town Centre Optical, Kent Veterinary Clinic, Allenby’s Farm Store, Beauty by Natasha, Agassiz Veterinary Clinic, M. Campbell, Modern Tire and Towing, Len Davidiuk Tax Services, Rockamoles Restaurant, Prospera Credit Union, Rachelle Silver, Kent Outdoors, Debbie Lamberger, Lynne Burger, Hub Insurance, It’s Your Hair, Goli’s Beauty Salon, M. Campbell, Shades & Shears Hair, Jim Johnson, Jacki’s Hair Design, Petro Canada Gas Station, Holly Tree Florist, OK Tires, Super Valu, Jack’s Restaurant, Just My Style Gift Shop, Subway, Agassiz Bread Basket, Monday Art Group, Pioneer Motors, and Kyla Veenbaas.

Of course the donors are only part of the equation and we certainly recognize and appreciate every individual who came out, bought burgers and put some very generous bids on the auction items.  We are thrilled to see repeat customers and get the feedback of how much they enjoy coming to the event.  A huge thank you to all of you!

ACE Staff and Students

 

 

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