Kimz Angels, a local charity that provides assistance to less fortunate families and the Langley Curling Club teamed up on Nov. 1 to hold a fundraising event at the Langley Curling Club. The event raised $4,400, which will be shared equally between Kimz Angels and the Canadian Paraplegic Association. (L-R) Darren Frycz, Al Vandergoot, Charlie Lillies, Clint Batke, Kathy Kuryliw, Collin Pruss, Kim Snow, Nigel Easton, Doug Werner, Troy Matsumiya, Don Monk, Steve Claxton and Bill Monk.

Kimz Angels, a local charity that provides assistance to less fortunate families and the Langley Curling Club teamed up on Nov. 1 to hold a fundraising event at the Langley Curling Club. The event raised $4,400, which will be shared equally between Kimz Angels and the Canadian Paraplegic Association. (L-R) Darren Frycz, Al Vandergoot, Charlie Lillies, Clint Batke, Kathy Kuryliw, Collin Pruss, Kim Snow, Nigel Easton, Doug Werner, Troy Matsumiya, Don Monk, Steve Claxton and Bill Monk.

Curling Club raises $4,400

Langley Curling Club raises money to support local charity and Canadian Paraplegic Association

A fundraiser held at the Langley Curling Club on Nov. 1 has raised $4,400.

The money will be split between Kimz Angels and the Canadian Paraplegic Association.

Kimz Angels is a Langley charity that provides assistance to less fortunate families.