The Kamloops Humane Society is again selling wall calendars as a fundraiser for the non-profit organization.
Calendars are only $5 and there are three types from which to choose: kittens, dogs and pets. The calendars can be purchased at the following businesses:
• Aberdeen Veterinary Hospital, at Hillside Drive and Hillside Way;
• Animal House Pet Store in Northills Centre at 700 Tranquille Rd., in North Kamloops;
• Central Animal Hospital, 104 Tranquille Rd., in North Kamloops;
• Kamloops Veterinary Clinic at 1465 Cariboo Pl., in Southgate;
• Petland at Notre Dame Drive and Dalhousie Drive in Southgate;
• Riverside Small Animal Hospital at 905 Lorne St., just east of downtown;
• Total Pet at 480 Tranquille Rd., in North Kamloops;
• Valleyview Veterinary Clinic at 1662 Valleyview Dr.
UPDATE ON BOOGIE
While the 2021 CFJC-TV Boogie the Bridge event will not be held due to the pandemic, organizers are hoping a sea of runners and walkers can gather for Boogie in 2022.
An online fundraising campaign has been launched, despite the postponement for a second year. Boogie and RunClub founder Jo Berry is urging participants to continue training on their own as it is more important than ever to pay attention to health, in body and mind.
The annual event, which sees participants run and walk various distances, has raised more than $1 million for charity since its inception more than two decades ago.