Life After Laundry ladies celebrate

A huge night of entertainment is planned for this Saturday night with all of the proceeds staying in the community.

Lake Country’s Life After Laundry Ladies Club will gather this weekend for its second annual charity night out on the town.

A huge night of entertainment is planned for this Saturday night and all of the proceeds from the gathering will be put back into the community.

Among the entertainers planned for the evening is comedy from Maureen Postnikoff and live music from Jennifer Boal and Louise Boisvert, with an ABBA tribute.

There is also dinner and other entertainment planned as the ladies of Lake Country gather to raise money for charitable causes in the area.  After holding its first event in Lake Country, the club was able to donate $2,000 to the Lake Country Food Bank.

The event is Saturday, Sept. 28, from 6 p.m. until midnight at the Winfield Memorial Hall and folks are asked to purchase tickets by Wednesday (Sept. 25) to let the caterer know the numbers.

Tickets can be purchased on the Eventbrite link by searching the Life After Laundry Club on the Facebook page, by phone at 250-766-2811 or 250-801-6737 or email or


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