Sponsors make fest a success

As you reported (July 7 Gazette) the rain could not dampen the spirits of North Island Music lovers.

Dear editor

As you reported (July 7 Gazette) the rain could not dampen the spirits of North Island Music lovers.

The first Tri Port Musicfest was a success thanks to those who attended even in the rain.

An event such as this cannot be undertaken without the sponsorship of the following local businesses and on behalf of the North Island Concert Society I wish to thank them publicly. Cluxewe Resort, Landon Motors, FP Foods, Klassen Motors, Home Hardware, Neucel Specialty Cellulose, Coastal Community Credit Union, CAB Automotive Supplies, Macandales, Skookum Graphics, Providence Place, The Quarterdeck Inn, North Island Gazette, Graphics West, Port Radio, Seto’s Restaurant, Centerpiece Productions, Port Hardy Lion’s Club, K & K Electric, Marine Harvest.

We are hoping to make this an annual event and are in the process of planning for next year.  Again thanks to all.

Brian Hicks, Chairperson

North Island Concert Society


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