Spooktacular on the haunt for volunteers

Quadra Village Community Centre gets ready for Halloween

The Quadra Village Community Centre is calling for volunteers and sponsors for its Halloween Spooktacular fundraiser event.

On Halloween (Oct. 31) from 4 to 10 p.m., the Quadra Village Community Centre will be transformed with spooky Halloween decorations, carnival games and Halloween movies.

The event, put on by the community centre and the Superheroes of Greater Victoria, is geared towards all ages.

Volunteers are needed to decorate the 20 rooms. Sponsors for the event are also needed for donations of cash and supplies.

All funds raised at the event go toward the community centre’s Launch Pad Youth program and the United Way of Greater Victoria.

To find out how you can help, please contact Jennifer Tully at 250-388-7696 (ext 244) or email jennifer@quadravillagecc.com.

 

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