Approximately 100 delegates coming to Prince Rupert for convention

Prince Rupert Annunciation Catholic Women.s League will be hosting the Diocesan 56th annual convention on April 19-22/2012.

Prince Rupert Annunciation Catholic Women’s League will be hosting the Diocesan 56th annual convention on April 19-22/2012.

Approximately 100 delegates will be in attendance from as far as Dawson Creek and Fort St John. Bishop Weisner and other visiting priests will attend.

At our Saturday night banquet mayor Jack Mussalem will welcome the delegates and give an update on the future of Prince Rupert. Captain Gary Sheils will be the guest speaker. This weekend will be filled with teaching, learning spritual time and entertainment.

30 hotel rooms are booked for this occasion and along with food and shopping will certainly help generate income for our local economy.

The Catholic Women’s League would like to thank everyone in the Prince Rupert Community and the local businesses for the support in welcoming these guests to our city.

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