Wine & Spirits Tasting Event Fundraiser For Millet Campground

Pipestone Flyer

On Saturday night, September 27th, a Wine and Spirits event was held with the efforts and volunteers from the Millet and District Lions Club and the Millet Liquor N’ More Store. This event entailed wine and spirits from fifteen different representatives with over seventy five different types of varieties.

The Millet and District Lions Club would like to thank all the people who came out to support this event, as well as a special thank you to Karien Rempel and her staff for the wonderful job they did in creating and helping to put this event on. The funds received from this event will support the construction of the Millet Campground project.

Pictured: Lions Club members, Zella Gardiner and Jane Johnstone, waiting to greet the patrons for the Wine & Spirits Tasting. Photo by Pat Garrett

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