W.E. Graham Community Service Society receives $15, 000 in funding
A not-for-profit serving the Slocan Valley was chosen to receive $15, 000 from Fortis BC's Community Giving Fund.
The W.E. Graham Community Service Society will be using the money to update their Learning Centre.
Office Manager, Susan Kammerzell says the money will go to staffing and software for the computers, which provides free computer access for many in the community.
The Society is celebrating their 20th Anniversary with a fundraising golf tournament this Saturday.To learn more visit http://wegcss.org/.
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