Save our Similkameen extends their appreciation

Save Our Similkameen (S.O.S.) would like to thank the community for once again providing a voice.

Save Our Similkameen (S.O.S.) would like to thank the community for once again providing a voice. Our doctors have shown amazing fortitude throughout. Their dedication has shown every one of us, the invaluable contribution of their chosen profession in which they serve. So thank you doctors for all that you do, today, tomorrow, and yesterday.

We’d also like to thank the wisdom, guidance and gumption from Branch #30 Seniors for never letting us forget what’s on the line. Industry, First Nations, Business and all participants have created amazing and inspirational energy and contributions.  All ought to be pleased with what has been accomplished.

Everyday people, involved directly or otherwise have again brought forward a common thread that unites us all. Our health.

Boys and girls, the buck stops here. This can not be done without you.

This is the 75% mark,… please stand by.


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