Versteeg to share footage of Nepal at fundraiser at the Bay

Hilary’s Cheese in Cowichan Bay is celebrating the safe return of friend Nick Versteeg from Nepal by working with him and wife, Elly Driessen to raise funds to help the victims of the horrendous Nepal earthquake.

They have planned a very special evening fundraiser on Friday, May 15 starting with a champagne reception at 6:30 p.m. The event will feature a question and answer session with Versteeg’s raw footage, a three-course dinner and entertainment. Tickets are $75 each. Only 60 will be available.

The goal is to raise a minimum of $10,000.

Funds are earmarked for the village of Khumjung.

If you would like to be included on the guest list please private-message Hilary’s Cheese on Facebook or call Sonja at 250-709-8416 to reserve.

Sponsors of the event include Hilary’s Cheese, Cardino Shoes and D.V. Media.

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