Revelstoke Women’s Show coordinator Tanya Secord (l) and Revelstoke Women’s Shelter Society executive director Nelli Richardson are thankful for everyone involved in the 2011 event at the Hillcrest Hotel on Oct. 16. In total

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The 2011 Revelstoke Women's show was a successful event, raising $9,015 thanks to help from many in the community.

Revelstoke Women’s Show coordinator Tanya Secord (l) and Revelstoke Women’s Shelter Society executive director Nelli Richardson are thankful for everyone involved in the 2011 event at the Hillcrest Hotel on Oct. 16. In total, the 2011 event raised $9,015 for the shelter. This brings the total amount raised in the six years the event has been offered to $50,670. “It’s financial support like this that guarantees no woman or child will ever be turned away,” Richardson said. “It is our pleasure to extend our heartfelt thanks to the community of Revelstoke for their amazing support of the 6th annual Women’s Show.” Photo contributed

 

 

 

 

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