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But the music will play and the dancers will disrobe again this Sunday to help bring happiness during the holidays to those in need, just as they have for 25 years. And when the Caddy Shack follows, the Christmas hamper — a charity that provides gifts and food for registered families — will have to replace what has become its largest annual source of donations. Yvan Charette has been general manager of the Haney Hotel, located at the corner of Lougheed Highway and the Haney Bypass, since and co-owner since Charette, who has the liquor licences for the Haney Hotel site, said the Caddy Shack moved to its current location at the back of the building in the s.
He said many factors have contributed to the closure of strip clubs in the region, the main one being the internet. Another is that some were in older buildings that have since been redeveloped. Changes to smoking laws in and also affecting such clubs, Charette added. She has since written a handful of books about waitressing at the Caddy Shack, including one detailing the lives of exotic dancers.
She said they used to wear lavish costumes and could make good money, back when bikers frequented the club and drugs were more present. Lissum is now semi-retired, working only once a week at the Caddy Shack, mainly to maintain friendships. Back then, each department of the hotel was asked to do some kind of charity work. Adu-Poku went to see the director of the Christmas hamper society because, she said, a lot of people did not want to accept donations from the strip club or its dancers.
Lorraine Bates, with the hamper society, said the annual Caddy Shack donation alone pays for the entire food bill for all the registered families to have a Christmas meal. Charette said the Caddy Shack — one of at least five remaining strip clubs in the Lower Mainland — could be around for another five or 10 years. But once the land is sold, he added, a developer will knock down the buildings. He and his wife have discussed how to help the Christmas hamper society afterwards. Most Read Health Canada recalls B. Greiss makes 40 saves as Red Wings dump visiting Vancouver Canucks Lions Pope decries attacks in Norway, Afghanistan and England.
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