Mamma Mia, here they go again

The Snow Sisters turned into dancing queens on Friday as they invited the community to help them raise money for the upcoming Elk Valley Relay for Life.

The Snow Sisters’ Mamma Mia fundraiser helped raise money for this year’s Relay for Life.

The Snow Sisters turned into dancing queens on Friday as they invited the community to help them raise money for the upcoming Elk Valley Relay for Life.

The night started off with an exclusive viewing of Mamma Mia at the Vogue and was followed up with a Dancing Queen party.

The Snow Sisters are hoping to build on the $40,000 they’ve raised in past years and make their grand total $50,000 since they began particpating in the Relay.

The next fundraiser for the Snow Sisters is their Heel2Heal event this Saturday.

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