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Get a Terrace RCMP Kermode charity shirt

TERRACE RCMP detachment employees Carol Bradford, Sharon Vandevelde and Debbie Simons show off examples of the charity t-shirts, polo shirts and hoodies that will be on sale for charity. - TERRACE RCMP
TERRACE RCMP detachment employees Carol Bradford, Sharon Vandevelde and Debbie Simons show off examples of the charity t-shirts, polo shirts and hoodies that will be on sale for charity.
— image credit: TERRACE RCMP

NOW EVERYONE can dress like an RCMP officer.

And show support for Cops for Cancer and Caledonia students too.

The Terrace RCMP will be selling T-shirts, polo shirts and hoodies, featuring a unique limited edition logo designed by detachment employee Trish Connaughton, at the RCMP booth during the Terrace Chamber of Commerce Trade Show in the arenas on April 20 - 22.

This logo features our famous Kermode bear wearing the iconic RCMP stetson and musical ride horse blanket.

Proceeds go to Cops for Cancer and a scholarship for Caledonia Senior Secondary School.

For more information, call Trish Connaughton at the RCMP detachment at 250-638-7400.

 

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