Cody Wright tries on a shirt at a sale of clothing from Olympic athlete Justin Kripps. The fundraising sale was held at Summerland Secondary School on Sunday. At left is Amanda Boehm. In the background is Kripps’ mother

Clothing sale

Clothing from Olympic athlete Justin Kripps was on sale on Sunday during a special fundraiser.

Cody Wright tries on a shirt at a sale of clothing from Olympic athlete Justin Kripps. The fundraising sale was held at Summerland Secondary School on Sunday. At left is Amanda Boehm. In the background is Kripps’ mother, Libby Harrison, setting out the merchandise. Kripps donated his excess gear to the athletic department for them to sell off in the fundraiser. Proceeds from the sale will be split between the schools athletic program and Kripps’ bid for the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014.

 

 

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