The Revelstoke Snowmobile Club hosted the Thunderstruck video series organizers at a very full Coast Hillcrest Hotel for the Revelstoke premiere of Thunderstruck 12 on Nov. 30. The annual event is a fundraser for the Revelstoke Food Bank

Snowmobile Club supports food bank, avalanche centre

The Revelstoke Snowmobile Club hosted the Thunderstruck video series organizers at a very full Coast Hillcrest Hotel on Nov. 30

PHOTO: The Revelstoke Snowmobile Club hosted the Thunderstruck video series organizers at a very full Coast Hillcrest Hotel for the Revelstoke premiere of Thunderstruck 12 on Nov. 30. The annual event is a fundraser for the Revelstoke Food Bank, the Canadian Avalanche Centre and the club. This year, the early total was about $10,000 from an auction of lots of sledding gear. The Revelstoke Snowmobile Club is celebrating 45 years this season; commemorative T-shirts are available. Pictured from left: director Kathy Burke, director Al Erickson, treasurer Barb Byman, president Greg Byman and director Clayton Berlingette.

 

 

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