Goldpanners honour Brenda Campbell’s memory

The Goldpanners hockey team donated $2,500 to Brenda Campbell's memorial bursary.

The Quesnel Goldpanners Hockey Club presented Bob Lebeck with a cheque for $2

This was their way of recognizing Brenda for the wonderful woman she was. Brenda touched the lives and warmed the hearts of a wide array of individuals and families from the very young to the elderly. She was an inspiration and support to many during her life and this bursary will allow her impact upon others and her contribution to the community of Quesnel to be remembered in perpetuity. Donations to the Brenda Campbell Memorial Bursary can be made through the Quesnel Community Foundation, Box 4158, Quesnel, B.C. V2J 3J2 or through the website at www.quesnelfoundation.ca. Donations received by Dec. 15 will generate a matching donation to the Foundation Endowment Fund.

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