Join organizers at the High Tea and Bakeoff April 7, 1 p.m. at First Avenue Christian Assembly.

High tea served at bake-off fundraiser in Chilliwack

Funds to help Total Makeover Challenge Chilliwack, and Soroptimist Foundation of Chilliwack

It’s a high-tea afternoon in Chilliwack on Saturday celebrating women and the people who inspire them.

Join the organizers in the Total Makeover Challenge at The Great Chilliwack Bake-Off and Silent Auction fundraiser on April 7, 1 p.m. at First Avenue Christian Assembly, 46510 First Avenue.

Bakers of sweet and savoury items will be vying for the coveted trophy for Chilliwack’s Top Baker of 2018.

Funds raised at the event will go toward Shape Your World Society to help women participating in the Total Makeover Challenge Chilliwack, and Soroptimist Foundation of Chilliwack.

Tickets $25. Doors open at 12:30.

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