November 28

People’s Provides Boost to MS Society

People’s Pharmacy in Nelson recently presented a donation of $1,000 to the West Kootenay Chapter of the MS Society.

Andrew Hoffert (left) and Jennifer McDonnell of People’s Pharmacy in Nelson recently presented a donation of $1,000 to Michelle Foley (right) of the West Kootenay Chapter of the MS Society.  The funds will help support the services and programs provided to people living with multiple sclerosis in the West Kootenay/Boundary area. To learn more about the society, join them at the Nelson Junior Leafs’ home game on December 9 where the Leafs will be hosting an MS Awareness event.

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