Jaffray Fall Fair cancelled

The Sand Creek Community Club had to make a decision to cancel this year’s Fall Fair due to the new foundation on the Jaffray Hall. The new foundation is coming along they said. “It will be fantastic when everything is complete and it is definitely vital for the sustainability of the hall”. Unfortunately the renovations will not be ready in time for the Annual Fall Fair. They apologize for any inconveniences this might cause. They will post more details as they become available. Their plan is to try and have a dance in October; a softball tournament and the car rally are still a possibility. The members of the Sand Creek Community Club want to thank everyone in advance for their understanding. This was a tough decision for us to make and the club urges people to contact Jenn at 250-429-4010 if they have any questions or concerns.

The Sand Creek Community Club had to make a decision to cancel this year’s Fall Fair due to the new foundation on the Jaffray Hall. The new foundation is coming along they said. “It will be fantastic when everything is complete and it is definitely vital for the sustainability of the hall”. Unfortunately the renovations will not be ready in time for the Annual Fall Fair. They apologize for any inconveniences this might cause. They will post more details as they become available. Their plan is to try and have a dance in October; a softball tournament and the car rally are still a possibility. The members of the Sand Creek Community Club want to thank everyone in advance for their understanding. This was a tough decision for us to make and the club urges people to contact Jenn at 250-429-4010 if they have any questions or concerns.

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