Pictured with Molly Miller is Mark Creek Lions Club President, Gerry Lafaut.

Mark Creek Lions support Molly Miller

The Mark Creek Lions are very proud to be able to sponsor Molly Miller, a seventeen year old student at Selkirk Secondary School who has qualified to attend the World Junior Championships in Nordic ski racing in Lahti, Finland.

READ: Kimberley’s Molly Miller qualifies for World Juniors

With a $1000 donation towards her training and travel expenses in Norway and Finland, the Lions are excited to see her dreams come true, while representing Kimberley and Canada at this international competition.

Molly will also be representing Team BC in February at the Canada Winter Games!

READ: Molly Miller captures two gold at Western Canadians

Way to go Molly! Best of luck to you, from your friends at Mark Creek Lions.



carolyn.grant@kimberleybulletin.com

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