Bid now on Canucks jersey

Canuck Bo Horvat, #53, has autographed a Canucks Jersey for Grand Forks Pharmasave and a silent auction is on now in-store.

Graeme Carlson of Grand Forks Pharmasave models a Canucks jersey signed by Bo Horvat.

The Canucks For Kids fund dedicates resources to assist charities which support children’s health and wellness. It raises awareness and funds through charitable initiatives including sales from Pharmasave Canucks calendars.

The core beneficiaries are Canucks Autism Network, the Canuck Place Children’s Hospice and the B.C Children’s Hospital Foundation. These provide vital resources and life-saving care to families across the province.

Laura and Graeme Carlson and the Pharmasave team are committed to support children’s health and wellness. Bo Horvat, #53, has autographed a Canucks Jersey for Pharmasave.

A silent auction for this jersey is taking place in the store with an opening bid of $200 and a minimum $10 bid thereafter. ALL proceeds from this auction go directly to the Canucks Fund For Kids.

“Your generosity and participation in this silent auction could make a huge difference in a child’s life,” said Graeme Carlson.

To make a bid contact Carlson or Sally Markle at 250-442-3515; go to www.facebook.com/grandforkspharmasave for update on bids!

 

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