Book fundraiser benefits Sicamous

Salmon Arm author Shelley Palik donates a copy of her children’s book, Bad Attitude, to Sicamous Mayor Darrell Trouton…

Salmon Arm author Shelley Palik (second from right)

 

Salmon Arm author Shelley Palik (second from right), joined by aunt Lucienne McNutt (left) of Sicamous, donates a copy of her children’s book, Bad Attitude, to Sicamous Mayor Darrell Trouton, and a cheque for $100 to Canadian Red Cross fund manager Jan Bowden. Inspired by the catastrophic flooding events in Sicamous, Palik turned the sale of her book into a fundraising effort, with a dollar from every book sold up to Nov. 2 going to the Red Cross. The money will go help residents with “practical needs” resulting from the flooding.

 

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