Dinner sold out

Hub International Barton Insurance's 13th Annual Seniors Dinner was another success.

Edna Sandberg (left) and Lois Norton enjoy a fresh cup of coffee served up by Alexis Creek RCMP Sgt. Mike Hacker during the sold out Hub International Barton Insurance 13th Annual Seniors Dinner.

Branch manager Monica Lachapelle said a total of 20 staff members helped out with the event. “We could not do it without the help of each and every one of them,” Lachapelle said.

“The evening was an incredibly huge success and we look forward to next year.”

Everyone who attended the dinner received one of the 248 free gifts collected and donated by HIBI staff. Additionally, multiple members of the Williams Lake RCMP and Conservation Officer Services helped serve dinner.

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