Strutting catwalk to raise funds for Cops for Kids
It’s that time of year again to come out and cheer as RCMP officers, Kootenay ICE players and the College of the Rockies Avalanche players strut the catwalk at Tamarack Centre to raise funds for Cops for Kids.
Ticketholders can enjoy a fun-filled evening of entertainment, refreshments, and silent auction as Tamarack Centre hosts a Carnival Style Party! One hundred percent of the proceeds raised will directly benefit Cops for Kids, who in-turn support local kids in medical, physical or traumatic crisis.
Advance tickets are $10, and can be purchased at the Tamarack Centre Administration Office during office hours (weekdays 9 a.m.-5 p.m.).
VIP tickets are available again this year for $25 which get you reserved seating, table service, special beverages and more. Limited VIP tickets are sold on a first-come first-serve basis until September 5. Each VIP ticket holder will have a chance to win dinner for themselves and friends with the Cops for Kids riders at Boston Pizza before the show. Regular tickets at the door will be available the night of the event for $15 each.
The Cops for Kids All Male Fashion Show takes place on Wednesday, September 10 at Tamarack Centre.
Doors open at 7 p.m., and the show starts at 7:30 sharp! People are asked use the Dollarama store entrance. This much anticipated fashion show coincides with the annual 1,000-km bike ride in which RCMP officers raise funds for the Cops for Kids charity throughout southern B.C.
Cops for Kids are dedicated RCMP members and support people who are committed to assisting children that are in medical, physical, or traumatic crisis within the Southern Interior Region of British Columbia.
The Cops for Kids charitable foundation was formed in 2001 and since inception have worked to raise funds to continue ongoing support to children in communities that they serve. Cops for Kids are devoted to helping little hearts.
For more information about the Cops for Kids All Male Fashion Show, contact Lisa, marketing manager for Tamarack Centre 250-426-2231, or Melody Munro, past rider & Cops for Kids Board Member at 250-420-1917.