Do you want a Christmas makeover?

Editor: I am writing to all of Burns Lake businesses and anyone else who like to help with a Christmas project.


I am writing to all of Burns Lake businesses and anyone else who like to help with a Christmas project. I would like to have a free Christmas photo shoot including a makeover and hairstyles for anyone in need this holiday.

I would like to ask for the support and help of our community, Burns Lake with a few things to make all of this possible for the holidays. We will need a professional photographer, makeup artists, hair dressers, a photo printer, photo paper and picture frames. I am going door to door to hand out letters to get as much support and help for all residents of Burns Lake. Margaret Patrick Memorial Centre has already agreed to allow the this event to happen on Dec. 13, 2014.

We look forward to having you or any of your friends and family to come and join us on this fun and exciting event for the community of Burns Lake. Please feel free to contact Shannon Alec at  250-612-8396


Shannon Alec


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