Helping kids with disabilities

Clearwater Sno-Drifters raised $1,942 for the BC Lions Society during Snowarama

Clearwater Sno-Drifters representative Ralph Sunderman (l) congratulates Leonce Desbiens for collecting the highest pledges during Snowarama on Sunday

Clearwater Sno-Drifters representative Ralph Sunderman (l) congratulates Leonce Desbiens for collecting the highest pledges during Snowarama on Sunday, Feb. 24. The Sno-Drifters raised $1,942 for the BC Lions Society during the event, which will go to Camp Winfield to help children with disabilities.

 

Connor DeeSunderman congratulates Connor Dee, who collected the most pledges under 16 and was also the youngest rider. Clearwater-Vavenby Lions Club was on hand to do the registration and offer hot coffee and hot dogs when the riders returned.

 

Libby Toman shows her prizes. As she was theLibby Toman only lady is the pack, she won both the youngest and the senior female rider awards. The awards ceremony was held in Clearwater Elks Hall.

 

 

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