This year’s Hearts for Hospice fundraiser is coming up fast. It will take place on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the Quesnel & District Seniors’ Centre. Pictured: Dr. Keith Corbett, right, acted as auctioneer at the Quesnel & District Palliative Care Association’s 17th annual auction, dinner and dance last year. Former Miss Quesnel Avery Drew, left, and Miss Quesnel princesses showcased each item for the crowd. The auction, held Feb. 3, 2018, raised almost $30,000 through ticket sales, a silent and live auction and raffles. Melanie Law photo

Hearts for Hospice

This year’s Quesnel District Palliative Care Association auction, dinner and dance takes place Feb. 9

This year’s Quesnel District Palliative Care Association auction, dinner and dance takes place Feb. 9

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