As part of Kootenay Savings recent “Your Good Fortune Starts Here Promotion” all qualifying members who contributed to an RRSP had the opportunity to win $1000 for themselves, as well as a $1000 donation to the charity of their choice. The lucky winner was Lores Currah of Trail, and as a long-term employee of Columbia View Lodge, Lores chose to direct her $1000 donation to the Music & Therapy Recreation Program at the Trail-area seniors living facility. Presenting Lores with her winnings in Kootenay Savings Investment Specialist, Cathy Fulcher, (left) and accepting the donation on behalf of the KBRH Health Foundation/Columbia View Lodge is Carol Yuris, Chairperson of the Lodge’s Resident Council, and KBRH Health Foundation Director of Development, Lisa Pasin (right).

Donation for Music and Therapy Recreation Program

The lucky winner of “Your Good Fortune Starts Here” was Lores Currah of Trail.

The lucky winner of “Your Good Fortune Starts Here” was Lores Currah of Trail.

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