Sicamous event raises $8,500 for charity

Congratulations to the 14 Winterfest riders who raised over $8,500 for Children with Disabilities in B.C.

The Sicamous Lions Club held the Winterfest awards dinner on March 20.

A delicious turkey dinner with all the trimmings, prepared by Lions members, was enjoyed by all riders and their families who participated in the Winterfest event.

Awards were presented as follows:

Highest pledge, male: Mike Melnichuk; female: Shelley Golling; team: Garry and Gage Golling; youth male: Colton Fleming; youth female: Ali Logan; youth team: Andrew and Carson Oystryk.

Oldest male went to Mike Melnichuk, oldest female to Shelley Golling. Youngest male was Braden Northway, and youngest female went to Addysen Fleming.

Congratulations to the 14 riders who raised over $8,500 for Children with Disabilities in B.C.


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