CIBC Wood Gundy supports Nelson triathlon

The crew at CIBC Wood Gundy continued their annual tradition of supporting the Cyswog'n'Fun Triathlon.

The crew at CIBC Wood Gundy continued their annual tradition of supporting the Cyswog’n’Fun Triathlon. Pictured here are CIBC Wood Gundy staff (from left to right) Ed Mannings, Simon Wheeldon, Robert Trickey, Douglas Turner, Matt Peschke, Deb deTremaudan and Gary Whitfield handing off a cheque to Cyswog’n’Fun race director Larry Bickerton (centre). This year’s race goes Sunday, August 3 at Lakeside Park. For more information see trinelson.com or facebook.com/cyswognfun.

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