Lions kick-off local Timmy’s Telethon campaign

Timmy’s Christmas Telethon returns in December, and the Sicamous Lions Club will be raising funds for the well-known annual event.

Timmy’s Christmas Telethon returns in December, and the Sicamous Lions Club will be raising funds for the well-known annual event.

Easter Seals House in Vancouver for B.C. families is just one of the accomplishments realized from past donations.

Watch for Timmy’s cans around town.

The Sicamous Eagles are onboard: on Nov. 27, $1 from every ticket sold will be going to the Lions for the telethon.

Stop by Subway on Friday, Dec. 2 when $1 from every foot-long and 50 cents from every six-inch sold will be donated to the Lions Club for Telethon.  On Saturday, Dec. 3, be sure to visit A&W, which will be donating $1 from every Teen Burger towards the telethon.

The telethon takes place on Sunday, Dec. 4 from 4 to 10 p.m.

See www.lionsbc.ca for more information.

 

 

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