Twisted Sisters make trek with donations

The group arrived in Rock Creek last Wednesday morning in a motorhome crammed with donations for fire victims.

A group of women who call themselves the Twisted Sisters (from left

A group of women who call themselves the Twisted Sisters (from left, Deb Olszewski, Shelly Arrowsmith, Jan Marshall and Karmen Zdanovich) arrived in Rock Creek Wednesday morning in a motorhome crammed with donations for fire victims. The trek was a long one for the 40-year-old vehicle lovingly named “Griswall” in honour of the family from the Chevy Chase classic movie Christmas Vacation, but it made it on time and the Twisted Sisters Rock Creek Rescue Run was a big success. “It’s put a whole new light on how we band together as a community, helping people we don’t even know,” Arrowsmith said. “It amaze me.” All leftover items made their way to the Westbridge Thrift Store.

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