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Local Red Cross receives cheque from Doukhobor Association

The Castlegar Red Cross, represented from Liza Soukorff (second from left), receives a cheque for $2,000 for the Doukhobor Cultural Association represented by (from left) Marilyn Verigin, Anne Zibin, and Molly Konkin. - Craig Lindsay
The Castlegar Red Cross, represented from Liza Soukorff (second from left), receives a cheque for $2,000 for the Doukhobor Cultural Association represented by (from left) Marilyn Verigin, Anne Zibin, and Molly Konkin.
— image credit: Craig Lindsay

The Castlegar Red Cross, represented from Liza Soukorff, received a cheque for $2,000 for the Doukhobor Cultural Association on Thursday (Nov. 22). The money will go towards over bed tables and wheel chairs.

 

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