PHOTOS: Chamber gala celebrates Nelson business

About 250 people attended the event at Selkirk’s Mary Hall

About 250 people attended the Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce’s annual gala at Mary Hall on Saturday. The evening featured a silent auction, a gourmet meal prepared by the cook training program at Selkirk College, music by the band Railtown, and lots of socializing. Photos: Bill Metcalfe

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From left, the Chamber’s Trina Walsh and Tom Thomson, with the gala’s auctioneer Reg Clarkson.

From left, Chamber of Commerce directors Bob Hall and Paul Wiest, businessman Brent Holowaychuk, and Mayor John Dooley.

Former Chamber of Commerce presidents Mike Borch (left) and Justin Pelant.

Chamber president Tanya Finley.

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