Jamie Cominotto of the B.V. Avalanche presents Kids helping Kids organizer Shalane Wesnoski with cheques for $2

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Jamie Cominotto of the B.V. Avalanche presents a cheque to Kids helping Kids organizer Shalane Wesnoski.

Jamie Cominotto of the B.V. Avalanche presents Kids helping Kids organizer Shalane Wesnoski with cheques for $2,500 raised at the Avalanche hockey tournament raffle, and a generous $1,000 contribution from Ali Grieve,  Area A director of RDKB. Kids helping Kids is a volunteer run program that helps deliver nutritious meals and snacks to area schools. Back from left: Kids helping out are Bailie Jones, Rilee Wesnoski, and Jordana Jones. Front from left: Kootenay Savings rep Debbie Field, Cominotto, Wesnoski, and Kids organizer Courtenay Jones. To contribute, donations are accepted at Kootenay Savings through the Kids helping Kids account.

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