A scene from last year’s Diamond Dinner

Diamonds up for grabs at ladies-only event at Seven Hills

North Island Rainbow Lodge, the Men in Black, are presenting this event for the sixth year in a row

The Men in Black are giving away diamonds again.

The Diamond Dinner will be held

for the sixth year in a row on March

25 at the Seven Hills Golf Course.

The bar opens at 6 p.m. and dinner

is held at 7 p.m.

No minors are allowed, and the

event is for ladies only.

The dinner is organized by the Men

in Black, who are all members of the

North Island Rainbow Lodge.

“There are still a limited number of

tickets left,” said Wayne Griffiths, one

of the organizers, who added they

only sell around 100 tickets to the exclusive

event.

“We do our best to make sure the

ladies have a good time, we give away

a couple thousand dollars worth in

diamonds, and other prizes as well,”

said Griffiths.

Rides home are provided if required.

Griffiths added the age range

for the dinner is around 19 to 75-80.

“Socially for them it’s nice, they can

hangout with their friends and have a

good time. We have a lot of fun doing

it, and we will be holding it again next

year.”

There are a few tickets still remaining

($100 each). Please contact Griffiths

at 250-902-9148.

— Gazette Staff

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