Quesnel’s 4th Annual Purple Day campaign kicks off

March is Epilepsy Awareness Month in Quesnel and for the past four years Natasha Wasmuth and her volunteers have fundraised

Mayor Bob Simpson

Mayor Bob Simpson, left, tapped into his purple side in honour of March being Epilepsy Awareness Month in

Canada and Quesnel’s 4th Annual Campaign for the VGH Seizure Investigation Unit. epilepsyQuesnel’s Natasha

Wasmuth, right, along with several community supporters will be holding various fundraisers in the lead up to

Global Purple Day March 26, including a night with Alex Cuba at The Occidental, March 25. Tickets are available

for the concert at The Occidental for $35/each. The evening will also include a dessert auction and silent auction.

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