Facing a tough challenge

Totals pile up in muscular dystrophy fund-raiser

Pictured is Jane Browne getting her face painting done by Mary Bullock while other staff and Castlegar Firefighters look on.

 

An ongoing fund-raising drive reached a pinnacle of sorts August 20 at the Castlegar Canada Safeway branch.A series of mock “incarcerations” were held involving members of the Castlegar Fire Department. It was all in aid of the annual drive to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy-related causes.

Pictured above is Jane Browne getting her face painted by Mary Bullock while other Safeway staff and Castlegar Firefighters look on.

“We raised $165 from the Ice Cream Float sales as well as $345 donated at check stands to bring our total to $4,814 with two weeks left in the campaign,” said Safeway’s Castlegar store manager Brian Bogle. All monies raised go to Muscular Dystrophy Association Mobility Grants.

 

Just Posted

West Kootenay RCMP charge man with impaired driving in school zone

Sgt. Chad Badry reports on impaired drivers and other high risk offences

Company granted leave to appeal Lemon Creek charges

Executive Flight Centre won a decision in the BC Court of Appeal

Extensive smoke, heat damage to Castlegar home after fire on Friday

One occupant suffered burns after fleeing house with pet

Cyclist struck in Castlegar

Morning mishap at gas station on Columbia

Kaslo bus fueled by vegetable oil to begin service next month

Mountain Man Mike’s will run routes to Vancouver and eventually Edmonton

Rescuers finally persuade Eiffel Tower climber to come down

The official said the man was ‘under control and out of danger’ on Monday night

B.C. sends 267 firefighters to help battle Alberta wildfires

Out of control fires have forced evacuations in the province

Calgary Police looking for missing man who may be heading to B.C.

A man last seen on May 15 in Calgary may be heading to the Kootenay region, according to police

LETTER: Fletcher ‘blurs reality’ on B.C. union public construction

Bridge, highway projects awarded to companies, not unions

Killer of Calgary mother, daughter gets no parole for 50 years

A jury found Edward Downey guilty last year in the deaths of Sara Baillie, 34, and five-year-old Taliyah Marsman

Federal government funds millions to help B.C. police spot drugged driving

Many police departments have expressed wariness about using the only government-approved roadside test

Judge: Mississippi 6-week abortion ban ‘smacks of defiance’

The new law would prohibit most abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected

Oil companies, 24-cent gap between B.C., Alberta to be focus of gas price probe

Premier John Horgan called the spike in gas prices ‘alarming’

Motorcycle deaths spike 50% since 2017

Riders were most likely fatally crash on the weekends compared with the rest of the week

Most Read