Ginger Snaps for Relay

Quesnel Bakery is once again offering ginger snaps as a fundraiser for Relay for Life teams

Once again Quesnel Bakery is partnering with Relay for Life and offering teams the perennially successful ginger snap cookies fundraiser. This product has been the signature cookie of Relay for Life since 2008 and over the years thousands of cookies and thousands of dollars have been raised for the cause. Team captains can preorder as many dozens of cookies as they figure they can sell with part of the proceeds adding to their fundraising total. One team which is really looking forward to selling ginger snaps is Team Olympians who have had great success in the past. They plan to be on the street by today so watch for their booth in downtown Quesnel. Shown here at the bakery are

Once again Quesnel Bakery is partnering with Relay for Life and offering teams the perennially successful ginger snap cookies fundraiser. This product has been the signature cookie of Relay for Life since 2008 and over the years thousands of cookies and thousands of dollars have been raised for the cause. Team captains can preorder as many dozens of cookies as they figure they can sell with part of the proceeds adding to their fundraising total. One team which is really looking forward to selling ginger snaps is Team Olympians who have had great success in the past. They plan to be on the street by today so watch for their booth in downtown Quesnel. Shown here at the bakery are, left to right: Relay for Life’s Deb Burton, Team Olympian captain Margaret Melnychuk, Quesnel Bakery owner Gerd Teetzen and Team Olympian member Cory Melnychuk. Relay for Life is slated for May 27 in Baker Creek Park beginning at 5 p.m. Everyone is welcome.

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