Eric Waterfield accepts a cheque from Kathy Bone and the staff at the Nakusp branch of KSCU who are donating to causes they deem worthwhile.

KSCU staff put their money into ski hill, shoe boxes

The KSCU staff are at it again, handing out money, but this time it’s not just to credit union members.

The KSCU staff are at it again, handing out money, but this time it’s not just to credit union members. The KSCU staff raised $900 and are giving $700 to the Summit Lake Ski Hill for the extensive renovations going on up there.

The other $200 was to help fund Operation Christmas Child, which gets people to fill up a shoe box with local gifts for kids overseas. The filled boxes are being collected at the General Store again, and will be shipped out at the end of November.

 

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