Pictured from left: Ted Sandhu (Dawson Creek)

Castlegar Hospital Foundation benefits from City Furniture generosity

Charity golf tournament rounds up a bundle for local foundation

Representatives from 22 City Furniture locations across B.C. and Alberta converged on Castlegar, whose Manjeet, Nav and Jas Natt played host for the company’s annual charity golf tournament at the Castlegar Golf Club on Monday, July 15.

The company, established in Prince George in 1976, has been holding these tournaments for 16 years, and this was the first to be held in Castlegar.

Each year a worthy recipient is chosen to be supported by the tournament… this year it was the Castlegar and District Hospital Foundation, which received $3,500.

A thrilled Nettie Stupnikoff, director/treasurer of the foundation, expressed very much gratitude for the donation, adding that the funds will be used for upgrading the lobby of the Castlegar Heath Centre, making it more comfortable and welcoming.

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