Members of the 2017 Gold Fever Follies cast are: (left to right) Darian Ngai, Robbie Turnbull, Kevin Wasilenkoff, Megan Littlejohn, Jordan Bell, Brian Poch, Elizabeth Chamberlain, Victoria Stolting, and Sophie Moreau Parent. (Submitted)

Rossland Follies thank sponsors

The Rossland Gold Fever Follies and Rossland branch of Nelson & District Credit Union share a history.

The Rossland Gold Fever Follies and Rossland community branch of Nelson & District Credit Union share a long history of high-kicks.

Nelson & District Credit Union is proud to showcase its ongoing financial support of the Follies as they prepare for their 30th anniversary show.

Brian Poch of NDCU recently stopped by the Miners Hall to present a bountiful cheque to the 2017 cast of the Follies.

The show opened on July 1 and as always, the Follies will be melding fact, fiction and imagination when they present this summer’s BRAND NEW original musical comedy highlighting an aspect of Rossland’s rich gold rush days of the late 1890s, titled The Red Mountain.

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