Bob Crandall thanks Tracey Gibson and Parm Birk of the Lake Cowichan Kinettes for bringing around a cheque for $2,500 for the Cowichan Lake Salmonid Enhancement Society. According to a delighted CLSES representative Crandall, the money “will go a long way to raising salmon this winter. We also supply the eggs for 19 schools in the Cowichan Valley for their classroom incubation program.” (Submitted)

Bob Crandall thanks Tracey Gibson and Parm Birk of the Lake Cowichan Kinettes for bringing around a cheque for $2,500 for the Cowichan Lake Salmonid Enhancement Society. According to a delighted CLSES representative Crandall, the money “will go a long way to raising salmon this winter. We also supply the eggs for 19 schools in the Cowichan Valley for their classroom incubation program.” (Submitted)

VIDEO: $2,500 towards samonid society programs a welcome gift from Kinettes

Bob Crandall of Cowichan Lake Salmonid Enhancement is delighted to receive $2,500 from Kin Clubs.

The Lake Cowichan Kin Clubs have donated $2,500 to the Cowichan Lake Salmonid Enhancement Society.

According to a delighted CLSES representative Bob Crandall, the money “will go a long way to raising salmon this winter. We also supply the eggs for 19 schools in the Cowichan Valley for their classroom incubation program.”



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