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Eye on Community: Paying it forward to BC Wildlife Park

The $20,000 cheque will go toward the wildlife park’s completion of the new aquatic rehabilitation areas.
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BC Wildlife Park general manager and executive director Glenn Grant (left) and facilities supervisor Jorrit Koedooder (far right) receive a $20,000 donation from Kamloops Ford Lincoln general manager Craig Brown and marketing co-ordinator Kayla Webster on Thursday.

Kamloops Ford Lincoln chose the wildlife park to be the recipient of their recent Pay It Forward fundraising efforts where KFL puts $100 from each vehicle sold into the Pay It Forward fund.

Every month or so, the local dealership chooses a local charity to make a donation.

The $20,000 cheque will go toward the wildlife park’s completion of the new aquatic rehabilitation areas.