The World Community Film Festival was assisted thanks to a $250 cheque from Northern Savings Credit Union. From the left is financial planner Vida Carson with Renee Mitchell and Dustin Quezada from the local festival organizing group

Film festival helped

A TERRACE film festival has been assisted with a grant.

A TERRACE film festival has been assisted with a grant from the Northern Savings Credit Union.

The World Community Film Festival is an annual event held at Skeena Junior Secondary School.

It brings in selected and informative films from around the world concerning relevant topics.

The grant is for $250 and comes from the Northern Savings Credit Union’s annual $15,000 community grant allocation program.

Providing the cheque at a recent presentation were financial planner Vida Carson and credit union board member Nirmal Parmar.

 

 

 

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