A fiery looking 1937 Terra Coupe owned by Darrell Thompson of Kamloops was on display. Elli Kohnert photo:

Another success for Barriere Park Show Shine

The Barriere Park Show & Shine came off perfectly under sunnyskies on Sunday, July 7, in Fadear Park. Two long lines of vehicles drew numerous visitors to check each vehicle and chat with the owners.

The show was a fundraiser for the Barriere Skatepark Park and organizer James Secord reported the event brought in a total of $2,153.65 towards the Skatepark.

 

Interior Savings Credit Union Barriere Branch head Lindsay Arcand, poses with James Secord and Michelle Young as they hand over $2,152.65 for the Barriere Skatepark fund. Facebook photo

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