THANK YOU

The total raised for The Walk Run For Fun at Three Island Resort was $3,775 with 158 walkers who participated.

The total raised for The Walk Run For Fun at Three Island Resort was $3,775 with 158 walkers who participated.

Three Island Resort would like to thank the following Merchants who generously donated this year:

South Slocan, BC.:

Bills Heavy Duty, Charlotte Hlookoff, Dig Garden Center, Snow Water Heli Skiing, Irenes Beauty Salon, Playmour Flowers, Integra Tire Auto, Playmour Powers, Smokey Creek Salvage, Hlookoff Bulldozing and Excavating, Cathy and Collin Sherbinin, Kootenay Saving Credit Union, Little Big Fruit Stand, Fortis B.C, Lorrie Hlookoff, Sherbinin Management Group Inc. Cresent Valley, BC., Maple Leaf Store, Endless Adventure, Evergreen Food Stand, Funky Lemon, KJ Trucking.

Winlaw, BC.:

Four Season Green House, MC Mini Excavating, Winlaw Mini Mart, Kayu’s Cafe, Fomi’s Bakery, 2 Talented Catering, Bill and Vera Stoochnoff.

Silverton, BC:

Silverton Building Supplies, Cup and Saucer Cafe

New Denver, BC:

Petro Canada, Gardens Grace, Ravens Nest, Sandrailla, Apple Tree, New Market, Valhala Inn, Valhala Pure, So Much More, Whats In the Store, Slocan Lake Golf Course, Mountain Berry Foods, Reitmeier Logging, Valley Voice.

Castlegar, BC.:

Mikes RV, The Beach Shack, Glade Esso, Thrums Market, Leona Sherbinin, Giftbox, Biznet, Bob and Bev Horst, Shoppers Drug Mart, Chances Casino, Downtown Shell, Mountain Valley Contracting Limited, Joe and Ann Perpolkin, USCC Culture Interpretive Society, Sunshine Logging, Castlegar Muffler, Gerry Cowley

Nelson, BC.:

Save on Foods, Canada Safeway, Shoppers Drug Mart, Nelson Pharmacy, Georma Growers, Maglio Building Supply, Walmart.

Nakusp, BC.:

Carsons Corner, Peoples Drug Mart, Home Hardware and Building Supply, Nakusp General Store, Napa, Cut Rite Meats, Mountain View Cafe, Spiritwood, Anderson Auto, Arrow Lake Theatre, The Hut, Karls Woodfire Pizza, Fairy Tale Cafe, Patty Wagon, Heritage Nursery, Overwaitea, Touch of Fashion, Whats Brewing on Broadway, Jennifer’s Choclates, Broadway Deli, Leland Pub, Prima Materia, Dollar Dollar Store, Happy Budda Boutique, Three Lions Pub, K 2 Rotor Lodge, Nakusp District Museum, Ann Miskulin and Stacey Tourand, Lloyd Dennis and Family, Home Grown Market and Juice Bar, Hewett, Shaggy Hair Salon, Treasure Trove, Nakusp Esso, Nakusp Golf Course, Broadway Deli and Bistro, North Nakusp Towing, Mountain Outdoor Gear, Village of Nakusp, John Pazuirk, Tony Pazuirk, Box Lumber, Arrow Lake News, Marvins Small Motor Repair, Saddle Mountain Dental, Chamber of Commerce, Three Island Resort, CMH Mountain Store, Kims Kustoms, Public Works Manager.

Other:

Kootenai River Inn Casino, Bonners Ferrys Id, Cheryl and Chris Teske, Hayden Id, Summit Truck Equipment Suto Contracting, Salmo BC, Bob and Ann Skomedal, Kelowna, BC, Murry and Sheila Sloan, Trail BC, Volts Kaffee, Vernon BC, Fedick Family, Calgary AB, Furutani Family, Winnipeg, MA, Davys Tree Services, Vernon BC, Darlene and Bob Collinton, Edmonton AB, Harry and Lea Shepherd, Vernon BC, Dave and Leena Blayney, Revelstoke BC, Dave Francis, Kamloops BC, Russ Fee, Calgary, AB., Hlookoff Logging Company, from Cresent Bay

 

 

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