Invited to see downtown window displays featuring their late father and husband’s decorations on Dec. 13

Holiday windows in memory

Reg, Bobby, Lila, Wayne and Lisa McClelland were surprised when Shuswap Hospital Foundation director of development…

  • Dec. 18, 2014 5:00 a.m.

Invited to see downtown window displays featuring their late father and husband’s decorations on Dec. 13, Reg, Bobby, Lila, Wayne and Lisa McClelland were surprised when Shuswap Hospital Foundation director of development Fiona Harris was given a $2,000 donation in memory of the late Gleneden Santa Noel McClelland by Downtown Salmon Arm president Cookie Langenfeld. The family had donated Noel’s decorations to the organization.

 

 

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