Bucks for Chuck

Representatives of the Nelson and District Credit Union, seen here with the cast of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, continue their support of the Capitol Theatre Summer Youth Program.

July 20

Representatives of the Nelson and District Credit Union, seen here with the cast of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, continue their support of the Capitol Theatre Summer Youth Program. For over 10 years the credit union has supported this educational summer theatre initiative and has augmented their support of the Capitol this coming season by becoming a season sponsor. The generous support of the credit union as a program sponsor of summer theatre with a contribution of $5,000 is essential to the ongoing success and availability of the outreach programs. Recently the credit union has become sponsor of the ticket stock required for the Capitol to print the over 25,000 tickets per annum for performances at Nelson’s arts and culture venue. You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown runs July 21 through 23. For more information visit capitoltheatre.bc.ca or call 250-352-6363.

 

 

 

 

 

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