Big Eddy Pub to host fundraiser for avalanche dogs

CARDA event to take place Friday

CARDA team Andy and Jungle at RED Mountain Resort near Rossland, B.C. (Facebook)

Canadian Avalanche Rescue Dog Association is holding a fundraiser in Revelstoke this week.

The CARDA fundraiser is taking place at 8 p.m. on Jan. 12 at the Big Eddy Pub.

“Come out for a fun night to raise money and awareness for CARDA,” a promotional poster for the event says.

There will be a silent auction and the raffle prize includes one day of heli-skiing with Selkirk Tangiers.

RELATED: Special avalanche warning for much of B.C.’s interior ranges

A suggested donation at the door is $10.

All the proceeds to to the Canadian Avalanche Rescue Dog Association.

Revelstoke Mountain Resort says the organization has been training on the mountain this week.

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