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Laura Rooney (center) and John Watson (right) of the Revelstoke Canadian Club presented a cheque for $5,000 to Community Foundation President Steven Hui during the foundation’s board of directors meeting last Tuesday. The Canadian Club, which is winding down after 94 years of operation in Revelstoke) has asked that the money be used to finance educational programs. David F. Rooney/Times Review -
Laura Rooney (center) and John Watson (right) of the Revelstoke Canadian Club presented a cheque for $5,000 to Community Foundation President Steven Hui during the foundation’s board of directors meeting last Tuesday. The Canadian Club, which is winding down after 94 years of operation in Revelstoke) has asked that the money be used to finance educational programs. David F. Rooney/Times Review
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