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Donation for the CARDA dogs

BC Hydro Stakeholder Engagement Advisor Jen Walker-Larsen presents a cheque for $2,500 to members of the Revelstoke Canine Search and Rescue to help fund training costs for services provided to the community of Revelstoke.  “We are proud to help build a search and rescue capacity in the Revelstoke,” said Walker-Larsen. The Revelstoke Canine Search and Rescue members who accepted the cheque are (from left): Lisa Weber, Lise Tartaryn and Jacks, Zuzanna Drideiger and Hero,  and Troy Leahey and Penny.  The Revelstoke Canine Search and Rescue a registered not for profit civilian search and rescue dog handling society.  The dogs are evaluated and certified through the CARDA Canadian Avalanche Dog Association and BCSDA BC Search Dog Association.         - contributed
BC Hydro Stakeholder Engagement Advisor Jen Walker-Larsen presents a cheque for $2,500 to members of the Revelstoke Canine Search and Rescue to help fund training costs for services provided to the community of Revelstoke. “We are proud to help build a search and rescue capacity in the Revelstoke,” said Walker-Larsen. The Revelstoke Canine Search and Rescue members who accepted the cheque are (from left): Lisa Weber, Lise Tartaryn and Jacks, Zuzanna Drideiger and Hero, and Troy Leahey and Penny. The Revelstoke Canine Search and Rescue a registered not for profit civilian search and rescue dog handling society. The dogs are evaluated and certified through the CARDA Canadian Avalanche Dog Association and BCSDA BC Search Dog Association.
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PHOTO: BC Hydro Stakeholder Engagement Advisor Jen Walker-Larsen presents a cheque for $2,500 to members of the Revelstoke Canine Search and Rescue to help fund training costs for services provided to the community of Revelstoke.

“We are proud to help build a search and rescue capacity in the Revelstoke,” said Walker-Larsen. The Revelstoke Canine Search and Rescue members who accepted the cheque are (from left): Lisa Weber, Lise Tartaryn and Jacks, Zuzanna Drideiger and Hero,  and Troy Leahey and Penny. The Revelstoke Canine Search and Rescue a registered not for profit civilian search and rescue dog handling society. The dogs are evaluated and certified through the CARDA Canadian Avalanche Dog Association and BCSDA BC Search Dog Association.

 

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