The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train rolled into Sicamous Monday night

Holiday Train donates $5,500 to local food bank

The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train rolled into Sicamous Monday night, bringing music, festivity and funding for the local food bank.

  • Dec. 17, 2014 6:00 p.m.



 

The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train rolled into Sicamous Monday night, bringing music, festivity and funding for the local food bank. Photos include: musician Jim Cuddy performs from the Holiday Train Stage; Santa takes some time to greet the crowd; and Pam Beech of the Eagle Valley Community Support Society raises her arms in joy for CP’s $5,500 donation to the local food bank – in addition to the donated food collected during the event.

Photos by Victoria Rowbottom

 

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