The Nelson Rhythm Ropers team is raising money this Friday night.

Nelson Rhythm Ropers host fun fundraiser

Then listen closely to the tunes and get ready to score some Finley Bucks.

What’s everyone doing this Friday night? Are you ready to have some fun? The parents of the Nelson Rhythm Ropers have partnered with Brent and Tanya of Finley’s Irish Bar & Grill for the Roper’s eighth annual “Name That Tune” theme night. The fun all starts at 6 p.m.

“We had such a blast last year, with Elliot our wonderful host. Wow, he knows how to get a crowd going, so we thought we’d join forces again,” said Carmela Craig, Special Events Coordinator for the Ropers.

Do you have a good ear for music? Then listen closely to the tunes and get ready to score some Finley Bucks. Not so musically inclined? Well then just come on out for some good food, drinks and enjoy the company. On the menu is spaghetti with meat sauce, (veggie sauce for you veggie lovers), bun and side salad, with your choice of a beer, wine, pop, coffee or tea, all for just $15. There will be lots of great prizes up for grabs and a 50/50 draw too.

Head coach Brenda Reid shares the Roper’s plans for the year.

“The Ropers are busy practicing hard getting ready for the Provincial Championships in Chilliwack starting April 26,” she said. “The jumpers will be competing to win the right to represent BC at the Canadian National Championships in St. Catherine’s, Ontario in May. Then watch for info coming out about our Big Show in June, where you can see these amazing and talented kids show off their stuff.”

Come out to Finley’s this Friday and support the Rhythm Ropers. Tickets available at the door.


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