Supporting Basics for Babies

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Good day and Merry Christmas! 

Earlier in the year we had this promotion where we made a donation for every hearing test booked in summer months, actually, so finally tallied all the numbers together. Also some of you folks were really generous with your donations as well, in item donations as well as monetary donations.

We’re really pleased to announce that we’re going to cut a check for $1040 to Basics for Babies, which is a charity that supports families that need a little bit of help in supplying the basic necessities for their young children. We have three little boys of our own and we know how difficult it can be.

Anyway, this is also a charity that, going forward, we want to support. Look for announcements in the future about that.

I think we’re just fleshing out how we’re going to do that, but probably some portion of the purchase will go towards Basics for Babies on an ongoing basis. We really want to be responsible members of our community, and I think this is one way we can do that.

Also, just a reminder that we have the turkey contest and that is closing December 20th, so just check out our Facebook page for more information about that if you haven’t seen that already.

Nominate a family in need for a chance to win a complete turkey dinner for their holiday table. Prize includes a fresh turkey with all the trimmings including a dessert, all from JD Turkey Farms in Langley (valued at $235).

How to enter:
1. Click on
2. Nominate a family in need
3. Like our page
4. Share to spread the word

Contest closes on Dec 20, 2016 at 11:30 PM.

Anyway, I just wanted to announce that and say thank you to all of our wonderful clients at Fraser Valley Beltone.

We look forward to seeing you soon. Merry Christmas.

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