Spirit Fest 2014 kicks off

Revelstoke Spirit Fest kicked off on Jan. 30 with a events including a spaghetti dinner to support mountain patrol societies

A spaghetti dinner in support of avalanche rescue dog associations and volunteer ski patrol filled the community centre and bellies on Jan. 30. It was one of several events kicking off the first day of Revelstoke Spirit Fest 2014. Here

Photo: A spaghetti dinner in support of local avalanche rescue dog associations and volunteer ski patrol filled the community centre and bellies on Jan. 30. It was one of several events kicking off the first day of Revelstoke Spirit Fest 2014. Here, volunteers Christina Gareau and Tomo Fujimura (at back) serve visitors Susie Quackenbush (From Halifax, NS) and Calgarians Sandie Black and Hannah Black.

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