Creston Kubota dealer donates to paraequestrian

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Kemlee Equipment owner Darrell Kemle presenting a cheque to paraequestrian Sarah Cummings.

Darrell Kemle, owner of Creston’s Kubota dealer, Kemlee Equipment, recently donated $6,000 to Cranbrook’s Sarah Cummings, a paraequestrian who hopes to makes Canada’s team in the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil.

Cummings has cerebral palsy and attends Cranbrook’s Riverbend Equestrian Centre.

Her spring and summer schedule included shows in Spokane, California and Kentucky — she must compete in six to secure a spot on Canada’s list. The total cost of travelling to the competitions will be around $20,000.

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