Kamloops beats PG — again
The battle for animal-help supremacy is over and, just like in major-junior hockey, Kamloops beat Prince George again.
As a result, the Tournament Capital won its SPCA City Challenge for the sixth time in a row.
The final totals saw the Kamloops SPCA winning definitively by raising $40,140.38 in May, while the Prince George SPCA raised $21,406.02.
Despite coming out as top dog, it was by no means a turkey-shoot for Kamloops.
The River City trailed in the beginning, with Prince George tripling Kamloops’ total a few days into May — $12,000 to $4,500.
After an incredible comeback, the Kamloops SPCA reached its goal of $40,000.
The City Challenge is the Kamloops SPCA’s largest fundraiser of the year.