Photo: Netting Christmas cheer, KTW-style

The recipient charities of the 2020 KTW Christmas Cheer Fund campaign received their cheques on Tuesday. Four charities — Y Women’s Emergency Shelter, Kamloops Brain Injury Association, Kamloops Therapeutic Riding Association and Chris Rose Therapy Centre for Autism — are sharing net proceeds of more than $75,000 this year, with co-ordination of donations provided by the United Way Thompson-Nicola-Cariboo. From left: Michele Walker, Y Women’s Emergency Shelter; Nick Saxby, United Way; Dave Johnson, Kamloops Brain Injury Association; Ashley Sudds, Kamloops Therapeutic Riding Association; Roger Parkes, Chris Rose Therapy Centre for Autism and Tim Shoults, KTW operations manager.

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