The Northern View’s Keili Bartlett made it to the semi-finals in the annual Rock, Paper, Scissors tournament held at Cowpuccino’s on Saturday, Dec. 16. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Annual rock, paper, scissors tournament raises $960

Cowpuccino’s hosted the competition to fundraise for the TrailRider project in Prince Rupert

This year, the annual Rock, Paper, Scissors tournament held at Cowpuccino’s raised $960 toward the TrailRider project.

The event was on Saturday, Dec. 16. where participants paid a fee to enter the competition. With more than 30 competitors, the champion this year was Conar Harris.

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Money raised went to the Kaien Coast Riders, an initiative to bring a TrailRider program to Prince Rupert. The program would allow people with disabilities the opportunity to explore the surrounding trails.

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One of the Rock, Paper, Scissors competitors was Jessie Gibson, who is part of the Kaien Coast Riders, an initiative to bring a TrailRider to Prince Rupert to help people with disabilities explore the region’s trails. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

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