(Sheri Regnier/Trail Times)

‘Plaid for Dad’ in downtown Trail raises $1200

Kootenay Savings Credit Union served up a $5 lunch, baked goodies, held 50/50 draw

Staff at Kootenay Savings Credit Union in downtown Trail held a “Plaid for Dad” fundraiser on Cedar Avenue last Friday.

Between the barbeque, bake sale, and 50/50 draw, the staff raised $1,200 in just three hours.

All proceeds have been directed to Prostate Cancer Canada, a leading national foundation dedicated to prostate cancer research and treatment.

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In honour of Father’s Day, coming up Sunday, staff at the Trail branch of Kootenay Savings Credit Union are hosting a “Plaid for Dad” fundraiser in downtown Trail today (Friday) from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

All proceeds from the $5 barbeque lunch will be donated to Prostate Cancer Canada.

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