Mayor Hamling and NACFOR President Kathy Smith presented cheques to grant recipients.

Community forest profits disbursed to non-profit local recipients

NACFOR Board of Directors and the village council have approved a total of $52,461.00 in grants from 2012 profits.

  • Nov. 5, 2014 5:00 p.m.

NACFOR Board of Directors and the village council have approved a total of $52,461.00 in grants from 2012 profits. Mayor Karen Hamling and NACFOR President Kathy Smith presented the grant recipients with their cheques on October 29.

Front row, L-R: Finn and Jack Watt, Morgan and Averyll Flesaker. Middle kneeling: Julia Flesaker (1st Nakusp Cub Scouts, $1800.00)

Back row, L-R: Rosemarie Parent (Arrow Lakes Historical Society, $6000.00), Mayor Karen Hamling, NACFOR President Kathy Smith, Barb Chwachka and Bianca Neidhardt (Trails society, $3675.00), Harry Ellens (Rotary Club of Canada, $10,000), Stephen Tays (Royal Canadian Legion Branch 01-020, $4000.00), Jim Davidson (Nakusp Centennial Golf Club, $3987.00), Eric Waterfield (Nakusp Ski Club Association, $10,000.00). The Fauquier & District Golf Club also received a cheque for $13,000.00.


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