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Golf Fever Follies bring show to seniors

On Saturday morning, the Gold Fever Follies, visited the Columbia View Lodge and the Poplar Ridge Pavilion at the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital to perform a few pieces from their show, “Off The Rails!” The performers visited senior residents to give them a preview of the singing and dancing normally seen on stage at The Miners’ Hall in Rossland. - Liz Bevan
On Saturday morning, the Gold Fever Follies, visited the Columbia View Lodge and the Poplar Ridge Pavilion at the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital to perform a few pieces from their show, “Off The Rails!” The performers visited senior residents to give them a preview of the singing and dancing normally seen on stage at The Miners’ Hall in Rossland.
— image credit: Liz Bevan
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