Dress in Scottish best for Heart and Stroke

Robbie Burns day is just finished but the Heart and Stroke Foundation is inviting everyone to a special Scottish-themed Celebrity Breakfast Monday, Feb. 3, at the Silver Bridge Inn starting at 7:30 a.m. Yes, lads and lassies, this 28th annual event will offer fun and fundraising in Highland style with a theme entitled “Scottish at Heart”. Emcee Cameron MacDrew will pipe in this year’s Heart Month in great style, organizers promise, so why not join the fun? Come in your plaids and kilts and bring your Scottish brogue, too.

Singer Lynnea Bruce will also be there and attendees can enjoy some highland dancing and piping and even have a chance to taste some haggis.

Call now to reserve your seat because this event sells out every year, drawing a crowd of more than 300 business people and other supporters.

This year’s campaign goal of $15,000 will help alleviate this growing problem.

Tickets are $15 each and are available from Colleen Marsel. Email colleenmarsel@shaw.ca or call her at 250-748-9614 to reserve your seat.

Lexi Bainas

Citizen