Members of the Princess Pine #67 Order of the Eastern Star had another great success with its annual tea and bazaar last weekend.
The OES is a nondenominational fraternal order which raises funds for cancer research and also makes cancer dressings for hospitals.
The event is steeped in tradition with the group holding its first tea and bazaar back in 1951.
Raffle tickets winners are as follows: Ralph Fowler won the first place prize, Gary Crosina took home the second place prize while Amanda Corbett won third and Paul Peterson fourth.
Donna Holley took home the tea basket. Monies raised from raffle ticket sales will be donated to the Hough Memorial Cancer Society and the CDC’s new autism centre.
The OES also collects Campbell Soup labels, cancelled stamps and old postcards to raise money throughout the year.
This year the group also made homemade pies and sold them ahead of time to help raise money for the tea and bazaar.