Trail – Rossland Smokettes

On a beautiful summer day in June 2013, Carol Enns experienced a motor vehicle accident involving a drunk driver north of Colville, WA.

On a beautiful summer day in June 2013, Carol Enns experienced devastating injuries in a motor vehicle accident involving a drunk driver north of Colville, WA.

Carol was a long time member of the Smokettes Women’s hockey team, and living the physically active life that so many of us enjoy in the Kootenays.

In February, the Smokettes held their annual Rossland Round-Up Charitable Hockey tournament.  To support teammate, the Smokettes focused on Carol as main recipient of charitable funds from the tournament.

On Oct. 30, the Smokettes were honoured to present Carol with a cheque for $4426.  The Smokettes would like to thank their direct sponsors, Teck Metals, Nelson & District Credit Union, and Kootenay Savings Credit Union, along with all the local businesses in Rossland and Trail who provided donations for door prizes and raffles, and helped the Smokette’s make a difference in community again this year.

 

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