Staff of the Kootenay Savings Credit Union present PK (Parkour) Nakusp with a cheque for $834 Thursday.

Staff of the Kootenay Savings Credit Union present PK (Parkour) Nakusp with a cheque for $834 Thursday.

Half of the money was generated by the Care Wear program.

 

Staff of the Kootenay Savings Credit Union present PK (Parkour) Nakusp with a cheque for $834 Thursday.  Half of the money was generated by the Care Wear program, which gives staff the opportunity to wear casual clothing with their staff shirts every Friday.  Funds are collected throughout the year  and then matched by Kootenay Savings Community Foundation.  From left: Patsy Brinker, Julianne Hughes, Nicole Marcolli, Tammy Olson, Cathy Hogabom, Laura Katchen, Melody Nevoral, Michael Garvey and Mateus Dachwitz.

 

 

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