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Chop-chop: Melissa Crum (from left), Tarryn Callaghan and Allison Graham from Carihi’s 2011 Graduating class are all geared up to participate in a dry grad woodcut fundraiser this weekend. You can support dry grad and order your full truck load of yellow cedar before April 15. Just drop by the main office at Carihi with delivery details. The wood, donated by Fearless Contracting, will be split and delivered April 16-17. For $75, a full truck load will be delivered and you can stay warm, enjoy summer campfires and support Dry Grad. Pick up is also available for $65 per load. For more information, call the office at Carihi 250-286-6282 or Phyllis at 250-287-8921. - Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
Chop-chop: Melissa Crum (from left), Tarryn Callaghan and Allison Graham from Carihi’s 2011 Graduating class are all geared up to participate in a dry grad woodcut fundraiser this weekend. You can support dry grad and order your full truck load of yellow cedar before April 15. Just drop by the main office at Carihi with delivery details. The wood, donated by Fearless Contracting, will be split and delivered April 16-17. For $75, a full truck load will be delivered and you can stay warm, enjoy summer campfires and support Dry Grad. Pick up is also available for $65 per load. For more information, call the office at Carihi 250-286-6282 or Phyllis at 250-287-8921.
— image credit: Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
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