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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