Operation Red Nose Kamloops gets credit

Interior Savings Credit Union supports Operation Red Nose — this year engaged in an awareness campaign as the ride-home service has been parked due to the pandemic — with a cheque for $1,000 as a bronze sponsor for the campaign.

In the photo fro left: Lori Bushill, Interior Savings’ branch manager, Kathy Abel, Interior Savings’ supervisor of member services, Carolynn Boomer, executive director of PacificSport Interior BC and founder of Operation Red Nose in Kamloops and Katie Klassen, PacificSport Interior BC’s sport participation co-ordinator.

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For information on the awareness campaign, visit the Operation Red Nose Kamloops page on Facebook.

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