One grand for grand Castlegar event

Four figure show of support for annual bluegrass music bash

July 4 in Castlegar the Columbia Power Corp. expressed its support for a growing local tradition in a way everyone can understand. The utility gave a thousand dollars to the organizers of the Pass Creek Bluegrass Jamboree. Below is the official statement that came with the cheque:

“Columbia Power is pleased to support the upcoming Bluegrass Jamboree that is set to take place on July 13 to 15 at the Pass Creek Fairgrounds. The Castlegar Bluegrass Jamboree is now in its 12th year and draws visitors to the area from as far away Sandpoint, Idaho and Seattle, Washington. For more information”

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