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Candlelighters NL – 10th Annual Night of Delight!

Well it is that time of year again; on November 5th we will be having our 10th Annual Night of Delight!! We hope to make this one the best year yet!

Night of Delight is the most important fundraising event for Camp Delight for the whole year. We highly depend on the funds raised during this evening to fund Camp Delight each year and without it Camp would not be possible.

This year “A Night of Delight” dinner, dance and silent and live auctions will be held on November 5, 2016 at the CLB Armoury on Harvey Road.

6:00 PM Wine and Cheese
7:00 PM Dinner and Auction
Music by Mick Davis and his Skinny Jims

Tickets $75.00 Each
Reserve Your Tickets Now!

The Candlelighters Association-NL has been dedicated to improving the quality of life for children with cancer and their families since 1981. All proceeds raised at the Event will be donated to our organization, ensuring that Camp Delight, our Annual Summer Camp for children and their siblings will be a great success each year. Camp Delight is a one week camp for children and youth who have been diagnosed with cancer, their siblings, and bereaved siblings. Camp Delight is a major project of the Candlelighters Association of Newfoundland and Labrador and is entirely volunteer based. For more information please visit our website: www.candlelightersnl.ca.

Best Regards,

The Ches’s Family & Candlelighters NL
To Reserve Your Tickets: Call: 709-748-4448 or Email: coordinator@candlelightersnl.ca

…because kids can’t fight cancer alone!

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