CNIB benefits from Wednesday fundraiser in Langley

Children who are blind or with vision impairment will be helped to get to camp thanks to a fundraiser June 25.

The doors open at 5:30 p.m. at the Cascades Casino Summit Theatre for the CNIB event.

The CNIB Children’s Camp Fundraiser to provide support to families with children who have vision loss to go to camp and is in memory of Kaiden Henderson. The Langley boy passed away six years ago at the age of eight.

The CNIB provided support to him and his family and now they want to give back.

The evening includes a buffet dinner, guest speakers, prizes, auctions and entertainment.

Tickets can only be purchased in advance through EventBrite (http://tinyurl.com/pr7m6v8) for $40 plus fees. People must be 19 or older.

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