Joines, Mondin honoured

Canadian Paralympians Kimberly Joines and Mike Mondin will be the special guests at a community celebration on Friday at CIBC in Trail.

Canadian Paralympians Kimberly Joines and Mike Mondin, bronze medallists at the 2014 Sochi Paralympics, will be the special guests at a community celebration on Friday at CIBC in Trail.

The CIBC Trail Banking Centre at 1298 Bay Ave. invite all residents to help celebrate the return of the Greater Trail residents and mark their performances in Sochi with a gold-plated coin and personalized sports pennant. Joines won bronze in para-alpine skiing, while Mike Mondin coached the paralympic sledge hockey team to a bronze medal.

Come meet Joines and Mondin at the CIBC between 9:30 and 11 a.m. on Friday.

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