Spirit of Red Mountain

A delegation of the Spirit of Red Mountain carried the city’s colours to Surnadal Kommune, Norway late last month.

  • Jun. 10, 2013 5:00 a.m.

A delegation of the Spirit of Red Mountain carried the city’s colours to Surnadal Kommune, Norway late last month and twinned with that city in an official ceremony.

The group from Rossland and the local Surnadal officials posed for a photo during the festival and after the parade in Surnadal.

Left to right, back row: Knut Havgen, Liz Nesbitt, Raymond Gaudard, Mons Otnes (mayor of Surnadal), Lily Husby, Greg Granstom, Craig Broadhurst, Marlene Strief, Brenda Gill, Roly Worsfold, Keiron Gray. Front row: Svein Saeter and Nadine Granstrom.

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