RDKB Area D director Perepolkin donates $1,000 to Grand Forks’ Community Christmas Dinner

Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Area D director Irene Perepolkin donated $1,000 to the Community Christmas Dinner in Grand Forks.

RDKB Area D director Irene Perepolkin (left) presents Sharon Fausten (centre) and Anya Soroka with a $1

At the recent meeting of the Community Christmas Dinner organizing group, Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Area D director Irene Perepolkin presented a cheque for $1,000 to the donation co-ordinators Sharon Fausten and Anya Soroka for the 2012 Community Christmas Dinner, held at the Gospel Chapel at noon on Dec. 25.

Perepolkin stated, “This donation will help jump start the fundraising for this significant community event. It is important that Area D of the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary be seen as supporting the efforts of these dedicated volunteers, who make a real difference in our Community.”

– Submitted by Community Christmas Dinner organizing committee

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