Elizabeth Beattie tries on a pair of high heels at the She Shoe Swaps charity sale at the Mall at Piccadilly on Saturday morning. More than 75 women made purchases to raise $6

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Elizabeth Beattie tries on a pair of high heels at the She Shoe Swaps charity sale at the Mall at Piccadilly on Saturday morning

Elizabeth Beattie tries on a pair of high heels at the She Shoe Swaps charity sale at the Mall at Piccadilly on Saturday morning. More than 75 women made purchases to raise $6,724, which will be divided between the two local charities – the SAFE Society and the Shuswap Community Foundation (Rosemarie’s Fund). The sale is a one-day blitz of donated shoes and bags, held in memory of the late Rosemarie Vennard.

 

 

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