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Giving animals a better chance

Flanking KAAP’s Laurel Mathew are Chances’ general manager Fred Ramgren and manager Charmaine Aberdeen.  - Jim Sinclair
Flanking KAAP’s Laurel Mathew are Chances’ general manager Fred Ramgren and manager Charmaine Aberdeen.
— image credit: Jim Sinclair

Support was offered recently as Chances Gaming Centre turned over $1,067 to the Kootenay Animal Assistance Program (KAAP).

The donation came from a ‘found money fund’ which is dispensed by the gaming centre within the community on a quarterly basis.

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