Revelstoke charitable organization Partners for Others loaded up two containers of donations last week. The containers are loaded with items like clothing

Photo: A gift of gold from Revelstoke

Revelstoke charitable organization Partners for Others loaded up two containers of donations last week.

Revelstoke charitable organization Partners for Others loaded up two containers of donations last week. The containers are loaded with items like clothing, shoes, school supplies and medical supplies bound for Fiji and Lesotho. Each container weighs about 43,000 pounds and costs about $7,000 each. The shipment was assisted by sales of gold nuggets that miner Ray Brousseuk sold before Christmas through Spisani Jewellery. Here, (l-r) Terry Lee, Zack Dembicki, Leif Carnegie, Raine Carnegie help pack the truck while Ray Brosseuk loads from below.    Photo contributed

 

 

 

 

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