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Fast fundraising at slo-pitch fundraiser

  - Boaz Joseph / The Leader
— image credit: Boaz Joseph / The Leader

As Cam McKellar of the Bad News Sunny Bears (from the BC Children's Hospital Foundation) chases a loose ball, BNS Bandit (one of Bank of Nova Scotia's teams) makes it safely to first base at the The 24th-annual Slo-Pitch in support of BC Children’s Hospital at Softball City on May 25.

About 1,000 players from 57 teams representing mining, retail/wholesale, real estate, financial, professional and other industries aimed to raise $400,000 for the hospital during the tree-day event.

For more information, visit www.bcchf.ca/slopitch

 

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