Princeton and Distict Chamber of Commerce hosts Christmas gathering

Just shy of 100 people from the business community (employers and employees) enjoyed an evening out together.

Barbara Bushewsky

Barbara Bushewsky, director of the Princeton & District Chamber of Commerce took on and completed the task of organizing the Chamber of Commerce first annual Community Christmas Gathering, cosponsored by The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #56 and Cowboy Coffee/CoCo’s Bistro.

Just shy of 100 people from the business community (employers and employees) enjoyed an evening that included a traditional Christmas dinner and entertainment provided by The Switchmen.

A scrumptious Christmas dinner was prepared and served by Legion members; Bernadette Kelleher, Doreen Poulsen, Maureen Turner, Helen Pouch, Bernice Witiuk, Blaine Marsel and Derek Winter. Also helping with the evening were; Darren Hiebert, Karen Wittich, Jean Lindsay, Shelly Giles, Natalie Young and Cindy Corbett.

Ten gift bags courtesy of Joyce Edwards of the Winking Pedlar and the Chamber of Commerce were presented to door prize recipients.

Dancing and socializing ended the evening, with many thank you’s  and congratulations extended to Bushewsky for a job well done.

 

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