Visitors contributed to the donation jar at the Community Futures Mount Waddington's Hamper Fund barbecue in Port McNeill Friday

Hamburgers for hampers

Community Futures will host its third annual fundraising barbecue on Friday, Sept 14

PORT McNEILL—Salmon burgers and traditional hamburgers will share the menu when Community Futures of Mount Waddington hosts its third annual open house and fund-raiser barbecue to benefit the Gazette Hamper Fund.

The barbecue is set for Friday, Sept. 14, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the office at 14-311 Hemlock St. Community Futures staff will take turns at the grill, and board and staff members will be available to meet and lead tour the offices, including the recently completed new classroom.

The barbecue will also include chips and drinks, and the cost is by donation. For those on a tight lunch break, pre-orders are available.

For more info, or to call in an order, contact 250-956-2220.

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