TERRACE Search and Resuce's Dwayne Sheppard accepts a $1

Search and rescue group receives assistance

Worthy volunteer group receives a $1,150 donation from Terrace credit union branch

WHEN people get lost in the area, it’s the Terrace Search and Rescue organization that invariably gets the call.

The work the volunteers do, says Northern Savings Credit Union chair Nirmal Parmar, in announcing a donation to the group, is all important.

The donation is for $1,150 and was one of 13 presented during Credit Union Week, Oct. 15-19.

Each of the four credit union branches within the Northern Savings network received $15,000 to distribute.

Parmar, a Terrace resident, noted the contributions made by community organizations.

On behalf of the board and employees, I want you to know how much we value the work that you do that is enriching the lives of our communities.” he said.

Here is the full list of groups receiving money this year:

Here is the list of the recipients and the amount that they are receiving.

The Terrace and District Community Service received $2500.

Terrace Crime Stoppers Society received $1,000.

Terrace Old Age Pensioners Assoc. received $1500.

My Recreational Mountain Co-operative received $1,000.

The Terrace Art Association received $600.

The Terrace 3 Breed Classic Horse Show received $500.

Caledonia Secondary School received $,1500.

The Skeena Valley Fall Fair received $2,000.

Pacific Northwest Regional Science Fair received $750.

The Northwest Science and Innovation Society received $1,000.

The 747 Unicorn Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron received $500.

The Terrace Biathlon group received $1,000.

Terrace Search & Rescue received $1,150.

 

 

 

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