The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

VIDEO: Holiday Train rocks into Castlegar

Terri Clark and Dallas Smith entertained Castlegar Thursday night.

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank.

Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard.

In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6000 from CP, $3000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey.

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The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

The CP Holiday Train rolled in to Castlegar Thursday evening, entertaining crowds and raising thousands of dollars for the local food bank. Musicians Terri Clark and Dallas Smith played to an enthusiastic crowd that filled Castlegar’s downtown railyard. In all the Community Harvest Food Bank received over $15,000 including $6,000 from CP, $3,000 from the Castlegar Legion, $1,000 from the Castlegar Rotary and $1,000 from local realtor Joanne Bursey. Photos: Betsy Kline and Jennifer Small

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