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Crowsnest Pass Homecoming gives back to the community

Principal Paul Pichurski on behalf of Crowsnest Consolidated High School (CCHS) receiving $3000 from Steve Bacovsky, the co-chair for the 2022 Crowsnest Pass Homecoming. Nicholas L. M. Allen photos.

Nicholas L. M. Allen

Nov 8, 2023

2022 Crowsnest Pass Homecoming presented cheques to community groups at the Crowsnest Museum on November 6.

Steve Bacovsky, co-chair for the 2022 Crowsnest Pass Homecoming, presented cheques to community groups at the Crowsnest Museum on November 6 at 7 p.m. 

Bacovsky expressed his gratitude to the various sponsors and volunteers who contributed to the success of the 2022 event. 

The event was considered a great success, and many participants expressed regret for not attending the entire event due to its busy schedule. The profits made from the event were intended to give back to the community.

Bacovsky also acknowledged the efforts of numerous volunteers who played crucial roles in making the event a success. He also showed his appreciation for those who attended the homecoming event. There were leftover funds from the event, and donations were made out to various organizations.

Crowsnest Consolidated High School (CCHS) received $3000, accepted by principal Paul Pichurski. Crowsnest Pass Historical Society received $5000, accepted by director Chris Fairman. Crowsnest KidsSport received $2500, accepted by Kean Mitchell. Crowsnest Pass Music Festival received $1000, accepted by president Chantelle Bowie. Peaks to Pines Resident association received $1000, accepted by Richard Jeune. Coleman Community Society received $1000, accepted by Jane Anne Reimer. 859 Air Cadets Parent Society received $1000, accepted by Captain Dan Desrosiers. CCHS Baseball received $2000, accepted by Rob Amatto.

Bacovsky encouraged the recipients to use the funds for items on their “wish lists” and to not hold on to it. He concluded by inviting everyone to enjoy the refreshments.

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