Photos at the Duck to support Food Bank

Photograph sales help support the local food bank in Castlegar

If you are looking for a way to help support the local food bank and you enjoy photography there is a great opportunity to satisfy both desires.

Local scenic photos taken by Phil Fowler are on display at the Thirsty Duck Pub.

The photographs are being sold for $25 and 100 per cent of the proceeds will go to the Castlegar Food Bank and the Sharing Pot.

There are about 70 framed prints for sale.  The offerings are varied with subjects that include farm animals, birds, natural scenery, sunflowers, farm equipment, old barns, and windmills.

The 8×10 photos are framed in a variety of styles.

“We are really happy to be a part of this great cause,” said Thirsty Duck owner Carol Millar. “Everyone is welcome to come and have a look with no obligation to stay and order something at the restaurant.”

 

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