Marketing Manager Sandra Doris

Students win in mall competition

David Cameron elementary is the big winner in the 2013 Westshore Town Centre Pennies for PAC campaign.

David Cameron elementary is the big winner in the 2013 Westshore Town Centre Pennies for PAC campaign.

During the October campaign each  in Sooke School District elementary school and its Parent Auxillary Council had a chance to win a grant from Westshore Town Centre by submitting receipts from the mall. Every $1 spent equaled a point for the indicated elementary school.

“It’s always exciting to award our local schools grants to provide playground equipment, library supplies or special items,” said Sandra Doris, Westshore marketing manager.

David Cameron Elementary received a $1,500 grant, runner up Ecole John Stubbs Memorial received a $1,000 grant and a random draw awarded Sangster elementary a $700 grant.

 

 

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