National Cupcake Day is in support of SPCAs and Humane Societies across Canada

Letter: Thanks for supporting Cupcake initiative

Cloverdale Learning Centre thanks local businesses for their support in raising money for the BC SPCA

To the editor;

We would like to extend a thank you for the support of the following businesses for our participation in the BC SPCA National Cupcake Sale.

Cloverdale Learning Centre raised $778.00 with your support.

Thank you:

Eversafe/Doolittle Thrift Store

H&R Block

Michaud’s Spa and Salon Wellness Centre

Malary’s Fashion Network

Elena’s Country Kitchen (who provided platters for our cupcakes)

Bank of Montreal

Fedewich and Witt Notaries

Ron’s Barbershop

Cloverdale Business Improvement Association

TLA Online School

Cloverdale Reporter

Cross Ridge Church

Surrey Fire Fighters

Gordon Eddy and School District 36 facilities

Klei Entertainment (Yaletown)

Fresh Street Market

Jewel Bondar

Cloverdale Learning Centre


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