Community Party At Shore Acres

Shore Acres Resort on Loon Lake is celebrating the end of the 2019 season with free day use and a community party September 21st from 4pm to 9:30pm. A fundraiser will be held to raise money for the Loon Lake Food Bank.

The Day will include – 

  • Free day use, for the entire day
  • Free popcorn
  • Local vendors will be set up from 4pm to dusk
  • Kids craft booth run by Spokane Macaroni Kid from 4pm-6pm,  is also free
  • Bouncy House and Playground to keep kids busy
  • Discounts on all inventory in the Country Store
  • Silent auction will start at 4pm
    • Many items have already been collected, including a 2 night stay at Shore Acres Resort (with goodie basket) for the summer of 2020 (valued at $350)
  • Music and Dancing from 6pm-9:00pm
  •  Auction winners announced at 9:00pm

The Loon Lake Food Bank feeds more than 450 families a week, and is the largest supplier in Eastern WA for needy families. It takes $8000 a month to keep the lights on and food on the shelves. Come support this wonderful organization and have fun doing it!

Several cabins are still available to book for this event, so plan on making an amazing weekend out of it. Check Shore Acres Resort on Loon Lake’s Facebook page for rates, specials, and contact information.

This is a sponsored article and does not necessarily reflect the position of the Deer Park Gazette or its staff.

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