Fashion show raises funds for Opt

Web Lead

We’ve shopped for you, dusted off, spruced up and tickled the treasures from the fashion racks at Gleaners for the “What goes around, comes around” fashion show and tea from 2-4 p.m. on Feb. 26 at the Creston and District Community Complex.

Our models will show you the gently worn, the previously loved and the tried and true. We have all makes and models, for all ages and stages. We’ll lighten your mood, freshen up your look or just make you laugh while you enjoy tea and home baked goodies.

Clothing will be for sale. All proceeds go in support of the Options for Sexual Health’s (Opt) noon-hour clinic for high school students and by appointment Pap smear clinics for women.

Tickets are available at Black Bear Books for $10. For more information, contact Alison Masters at 250-428-2488, Carolyn Hawton at 250-428-0387 or Kate Hall at 250-428-9110.

Just Posted

RDCK calls for reversal of Sinixt extinction

The board opposed a land transfer to the Westbank First Nation this week

Creston police kept busy with unwanted guest complaints

Creston RCMP responded to 59 calls for assistance

Forecasters promote avalanche safety awareness

Avalanche Canada advising backcountry enthusiasts to get proper training and equipment.

Rural residents could face higher fire protection costs

Erickson and Arrow Creek property owners will pay more for fire protection

Brewery workers claim more job losses

Interior Brewery Workers Local 308 says that Labatt Breweries of Canada is manipulating data to justify the loss of jobs at Creston’s 50-year-old brewery.

VIDEO: Rare comic showing Superman’s 1st appearance to be auctioned

The 1938 comic features Superman hoisting a car over his head

Start on time: Canucks looking to shake first-period struggles

Canucks centre Bo Horvat said the formula for getting a leg up is there for everyone to see

COMMUTER ALERT: Snowfall warnings in effect across B.C.

Travelling this weekend? Check the forecasts before hitting the road

Drones take off to search for missing North Okanagan women

A volunteer search party was supported by professional drone operators

Tips for keeping your personal data safe, from the experts

It’s important to keep your ‘online footprint’ safe

Lights to turn blue ahead of funeral for fallen Abbotsford police officer

Buildings across B.C. are going blue Saturday night in honour of Const. John Davidson

Ride-share pioneer drives up quietly to B.C. battleground

Lyft approaches B.C. without Uber bombast, eyes small towns

VIDEO: Rare comic showing Superman’s 1st appearance to be auctioned

The 1938 comic features Superman hoisting a car over his head

Pine beetles from Jasper National Park moving into commercial forest

In 2014, beetle activity went from a few spots around Jasper’s townsite to rampant

Most Read