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Quilter's Guilt raffle benefits Castlegar Red Cross depot

Sharon Lelliot (fourth from right), treasurer of the Castlegar Quilter
Sharon Lelliot (fourth from right), treasurer of the Castlegar Quilter's Guild, gives a cheque to the Castlegar Red Cross's Liza Soukroff. Also on hand from the local Red Cross were (from left) Roxanne Fitchett, Donna Shauer, Roberta Ogden, Frances Vanderpol, Chris Nolan, and Kathy Seville.
— image credit: Craig Lindsay

On Thursday, Nov. 15, the Castlegar Quilter's Guild presented the Castlegar Red Cross medical equipment loan depot with a cheque for $3,100.

the money will be used to purchase four wheelchairs and other equipment as required. The guild raised the funds through a quilt raffle, which was won by Denise Robson of Fruitvale.

 

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