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MADD 911 Signs Unveiled

On June 25th, representatives of the Kimberley/Cranbrook chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving were joined by MADD Canada’s president Denise Dubyk at Kimberley City Hall to unveil one of the six new road signs that will be installed around the Community. Also present at the unveiling were Kimberley Fire Chief Al Collinson, Mayor Ron McRae, City Councillor Don McCormick and KDCF director Kent Goodwin. Funding for the signs was provided by the KDCF as part of its Community Fund

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