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Excitement builds toward the conclusion of the first of two performances of
Excitement builds toward the conclusion of the first of two performances of 'The Christmas Shoe Tree,' Dec. 8 at the New Life Assembly in Castlegar.
— image credit: Jim Sinclair

A stage production complete with a backing choir was presented on Dec. 8-9. "The Christmas Shoe Tree" centred on a family operation which collects shoes for people in need. The real life effort "Soles for Souls" turned out to benefit from the publicity for the cause, generated by the play.

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