Sunset Residential Centre hosting dinner and auction

Sam McNeish
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PUGWASH Volunteers have spent countless hours trying to make a difference.

PUGWASH Volunteers have spent countless hours trying to make a difference.

The work of those volunteers will come to fruition on Saturday, Oct. 27, when Sunset Residential hosts its second annual dinner and auction

All proceeds from this event go to the renovation project started last year of a recreational and multi-purpose centre for residents and their families at Sunset.

The centres gym now opened in the spring. More work is scheduled for the coming months, which will complete the more than $30,000 renovation project.

We are working for the same cause to get the centre finished and completely furnished, and we are just about there, Bonnie Langille, director of volunteer services said.

We have been sold out of tickets for a week and have had the number increased to 165 plates, she added.

The auction items that have been, and are still coming in are super Langille said.

These include furniture, gift certificates for a wide range of services and products, plumbing fixtures, tools, paintings, prints, pictures, lawn and home decor items, sports wear, travel bags, gift baskets, accommodations, CDS, an Anne Murray outfit, dishes, bedding, items for entertaining, family photo centre, lamps, professional salon products, CD micro system, many more.

We are looking forward to a great evening with Roger Bacon doing the auctioning for us again this year. That was a great success last year, so entertaining, she added.

The evenings activities will feature the return of the dessert buffet, which delighted all those in attendance in Wentworth last year.

In addition, organizers have secured the service of the Bay Vista Conns Mills 4-H youth to serve dinner.

They have been tremendous partners with us over the years.

Geographic location: Wentworth

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