The Revelstoke Ladies Hospital Auxiliary took a break from their day job of fundraising for medical programs at the thrift store for a weekend fundraiser at the Revelstoke Relay for Life on June 9. They saved up toys and goodies for a fishing game. Pictured from left are Jean Takkinen

Photo: Revelstoke Relay for Life 2013

Photo: The Revelstoke Ladies Hospital Auxiliary took a break from their day job of fundraising for medical programs at the thrift store for a weekend fundraiser at the Revelstoke Relay for Life on June 9. They saved up toys and goodies for a fishing game. Pictured from left are Jean Takkinen, Kim McTaggart, Edye Kermac and Wendy Larson. See the June 12 issue of the Revelstoke Times Review for photos from the event.

 

 

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