Take time for tea with the Oak Bay News

Oak Bay News will host a free afternoon tea June 11 at Oak Bay United Church

Oak Bay News is celebrating the community with an afternoon tea at Oak Bay United Church next week.

Oak Bay News staff welcomes our readers to spend some time with us and our celebrity tea pourers who include a few members of Oak Bay council.

Tea is complimentary, but donations are welcome to the Oak Bay Fire Fighters Charitable Foundation.

The foundation funds many projects and community groups from schools to athletics and larger organizations including the B.C. Professional Fire Fighters Burn Fund – a fundraising body for firefighters throughout the province. Visit oakbayfirefighters.com to learn more about that organization.

The Oak Bay News hosts the free tea June 11 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at Oak Bay United Church meeting hall, 1355 Mitchell St.

 

 

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