Class of entrepreneurs to launch business at BIG Christmas Craft Sale

Mrs. Wilisky’s class raising funds for G.A.L.S.

Come to e 25th Annual BIG Christmas Craft Sale to help support Mrs. Wilisky’s grade 5/6 class.

We are trying to raise money to donate to the Global Animal Lovers (G.A.L.S) and to extend our learning outside of the class room. We are starting a class business. We are called “Craft Shack”. We’re selling cute unique homemade crafts.

We would like to give a shout out to Rhiannon Tutty from Sunlife Financial for helping make this happen and Carolyn Brazilay, who runs the craft sale, to let us sell our products there.

We’re selling our homemade crafts on Friday, December 1st, 4-9 p.m. and Saturday December 2nd, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Columbia Valley Centre, across from Sobeys.

Anyway, we hope you buy from us on the first weekend of December at the new community hall.

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