Happiness and peace to Cowichan in 2019

Your service is awesome, your smiles brighten our day.

Happiness and peace to Cowichan in 2019

A Christmas blessing and a thank you to all the people and staff of the Cowichan Valley who have served us in 2018.

Your service is awesome, your smiles brighten our day. Your extra mile is a Valley special.

Who are you? Some we visit regularly. Others once or twice. The grocery store, baker, barber, bookstore, art shop, gift shop, gas station, hardware store, restaurant and garden centre. Our dentist, doctor and blood clinic.

We read the Cowichan Valley Citizen from cover to cover and we love reading about people in our community.

We visit Valley events.

Who are we? We’re a very happy couple who say thanks every day for the beauty of our Valley which is filled with a community of really caring people doing the work they love.

From our house to yours, happiness and peace in 2019.

Margaret and Ted Perry

Cowichan Valley

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