Westshore Rebels football gala this spring

Fundraiser for scholarships and player development

The Westshore Rebels will be hosting a gala on Friday, May 13 at the Olympic View Golf Course to raise funds for players in the form of scholarships and development efforts.

The event will feature a dinner, high-profile speakers, an auction, prizes and giveaways.

Some of the speakers include 2015 Grey Cup champions Mike Reilly and Brian Ramsay of the Edmonton Eskimos, 2015 CFL defensive player of the year Adam Bighill of the B.C. Lions, and CFL hall of famer Dave Cutler.

Langford Mayor Stew Young will even be getting in on the fun as the auctioneer for the event.

Single tickets can be purchased for $99 or a table of eight can be purchased for $750.

For more information go to westshorerebels.ca.

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