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Community Foundation of Castlegar benefits from BC Senior Games Legacy

 Pat Mitge, president of the 2011 West Kootenay BC Senior Games society (middle), gives a cheque to the Community Foundation of Castlegar, represented by (from left) Brian Miller, Dan Salekin, Bob Jackson, and Roberta Hamilton.  - Craig Lindsay
Pat Mitge, president of the 2011 West Kootenay BC Senior Games society (middle), gives a cheque to the Community Foundation of Castlegar, represented by (from left) Brian Miller, Dan Salekin, Bob Jackson, and Roberta Hamilton.
— image credit: Craig Lindsay

Pat Mitge, president of the 2011 West Kootenay BC Senior Games, presented a cheque for $1,190 to the Community Foundation of Castlegar. The group also presented cheques to Trail and Nelson.

The money is to be used for senior sports or recreation opportunities.

 

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