The Revelstoke Secondary School cheerleading squad was out on Saturday to cheer on the Revelstoke Credit Union on the occasion of its 60th anniversary. The credit union held a block party outside

Photo: Three cheers for Revelstoke Credit Union

The Revelstoke Secondary School cheerleading squad was out Saturday to cheer the Revelstoke Credit Union on its 60th anniversary

The Revelstoke Secondary School cheerleading squad was out on Saturday to cheer on the Revelstoke Credit Union on the occasion of its 60th anniversary. The credit union held a block party outside, with burgers, hot dogs and cake being served up; music by the Maritime Kitchen Party, a historical display, a photo booth and more. “Having a financial service institution in our community that really cares about our community is a great thing,” said mayor and RCU director David Raven.

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