Princeton Co-Gen assists local fundraiser

Princeton Co-Gen has donated two pallets of pellets (each valued at $180) to be auctioned off.

Local grandmother

Local grandmother

Princeton Co-Gen has donated two pallets of pellets (each valued at $180) to be auctioned off in a silent auction to assist Shannon White in her local fundraising efforts for BC Children’s Hospital.

The winner of each pallet will have their choice of pellets or animal bedding.

Silent auction bids may be placed at Valley First Credit Union daily until the close of business on Friday, May 30.

Shannon says she is “overwhelmed by the generosity of locals and businesses.”

Numerous gift certificates and packages have been donated to Shannon for her fundraiser. Each time a donation of $5 or more is made, the donator may enter into a draw for a chance to win a fantastic gift from the following businesses and individuals:

Pasha’s Pizza, The Similkameen Spotlight, Work n’ Play, Cooper’s Foods, Brown Bridge Pub, Bridge Street Car Wash, Subway, Cowboy Coffee, Little Creek Grill, Vermilion Forks Fitness, Billy’s Family Restaurant, Fletcher Building Supply, Trisha Coyne Music, Flowers in Motion, Karen Beaupre, Cool Beans Coffee, the Style Chamber, Princeton Golf Course, Rootz Hair Salon and a surprise gift basket from Shannon herself.

Donations and entries can be made at Valley First Credit Union, Cooper’s Foods, Trisha Coyne Music, Billy’s Family Restaurant, Cool Beans Coffee or at Fletcher Building Supply.

Donations can also be made through Shannon’s personal webpage at

Receipts for income tax purposes are available by request

The 27th Annual Miracle Weekend takes place this weekend, May 31 and June 1. Watch for Shannon on Global BC on Sunday, June 1. She will be manning phone lines and will also make her cheque presentation.

Let’s see what Princeton can do!