Thanks to those who helped with X-mas in the Park

Christmas in the Park was a last minute setup but turned out great.

Pass Creek Regional Exhibition Society and Dirty Diggers would like to thank the people and businesses that helped make Christmas in the Park a success.

The following Business’s, Service Groups and individual volunteers all came together with their time and donations to make a great Community Event happen and we want to thank them for making our Community a better place because of their generosity.

Pass Creek Regional Exhibition Society & Dirty Diggers would like to thank the following for all their help in making Christmas in the Park such a huge success:

Prizes for children’s games: A&W, Black Rooster, Boston Pizza, Canadian 2for1, Castlegar Borsht Hut, Cuisine of India, Dairy Queen, Greek Oven, Sandman Inn, Shoppers Drug Mart, Sunshine Cafe, The Source, Tim Hortons & Batting Family

Business’s & Service Clubs: Blue Crush Band, Castlegar Air Cadets, Castlegar Muffler, Castlegar Rotary Clubs, Dave Anderson – Xmas Trees, Dean – Castle Theater, Element Club Bar & Grill, “Fun – local band” Interfor, Johnny’s Grocery & Gas, Kootenay Market, Kootenay Valley Water, Mitchells, Selkirk Lion’s Club, Steve’s No Frills, Trowlex & Valley Co-op

Transportation – M.T.I.,  Hay Ride – Selkirk Truss, Horse & Buggy ride – Naomi Webber & Tess

Volunteers: City of Castlegar, Castlegar Fire Department, Castlegar employees Cupe Local 2262, Robson Fire Department & all the individuals who gave their time was very much appreciated.

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