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Despite rain, strong turnout for Business after Business

Chamber of Commerce members and Women in Business reps were on hand at KFS Thursday for the Business after Business socializer. - Craig Lindsay
Chamber of Commerce members and Women in Business reps were on hand at KFS Thursday for the Business after Business socializer.
— image credit: Craig Lindsay

They stood huddled under tents, trying to keep dry as the rain fell. Despite that, nearly 50 people showed up at the Krueckl Financial Services parking lot for the Business after Business barbecue mixer.

The event was put on by the West Kootenay Women in Business group and the Castlegar Chamber of Commerce.

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