KinVillage wedding made possible by army of volunteers


Re: Love knows no age, Aug. 22

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In regard to the wedding that took place earlier this month at KinVillage in Tsawwassen, I know the bride from being at the community centre and no one could ask for a nicer lady.

I certainly appreciate the content of the occasion was of her wedding, but what I would like to add is that the whole auditorium of the centre was put together with the tireless work of Margaret Ryding of Silk Threads.

She volunteered her time and effort and worked miracles for the wedding with the help of 35 other volunteers who gave up their time to do this specially for the bride and groom.

I wish the couple well, and hope that their time together is a long and happy one, but in order to pull this whole thing off for them was the volunteers. Thank you to Margaret and all the 35 people who made this possible.

Bonita Scott


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