Letter: A great variety showcase at the Rossland Winter Carnival

On behalf of the Rossland Winter Carnival Committee, l want to thank the Rossland News for their assistance with the Carnival.

On behalf of the Rossland Winter Carnival  Committee, l want to thank the Rossland News for their assistance with the Carnival.

Their coverage, both before and after, was extremely beneficial to the success of the Carnival.

Not noted in the follow up coverage was the Nelson and District Credit Union Variety Show.

The packed house at RSS was treated to 90 area residents showcasing their musical and dance talents amongst the 20 acts.

We were once again reminded how fortunate we are for the dedication shown by these performers in pursuing and displaying their chosen disciplines.

Thanks also to Lisa Henderson and the RSS Drama Dept. for their help behind the scenes.

 

Larry Doell

Rossland

 

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