Penticton Western News letters to the editor.

Letter: Support from Scotties fans

Thank you to Mr. Ken Lauzon for his letter to the editor

Thank you to Mr. Ken Lauzon for his letter to the editor (Penticton Western News, Feb. 9, Curling support rocked) regarding the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

I also wish to thank the major sponsor, Kruger Products, for their continuing support for this yearly event. Scott Paper Canada began sponsoring the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship in 1982. In 1995 Kimberly-Clark purchased the world-wide assets of Scott Paper but sold the Canadian subsidiary of Scott to Kruger Products who have continued the legacy of commitment and financial support to this awesome championship.

Kruger manufactures its household products for Western Canada at their plants in New Westminster, B.C.. Thank you to Mr. Lauzon and Kruger.

Joanie and Myles Green

Penticton

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