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Shopping bags to help burnt-out businesses

Lynn Quesnel and Andy Guetrin of Moody Beads and Victoria Lambert of The FAT Paint Company are amongst the merchants who will benefit from the sale of special shopping bags for a minimum $5 donation with hte proceeds going the Fire Relief Fund to help the businesses burnt out in the Oct. 10 fire that destroyed two heritage buildings on Columbia Street. The bags, which feature an image of the destroyed block that was taken in 1977, are available at businesses throughout New West. For a full list of locations to find the bags, as well as details on a photo contest, go to www.b2bnownewwest.com. - MARIO BARTEL/NEWSLEADER
Lynn Quesnel and Andy Guetrin of Moody Beads and Victoria Lambert of The FAT Paint Company are amongst the merchants who will benefit from the sale of special shopping bags for a minimum $5 donation with hte proceeds going the Fire Relief Fund to help the businesses burnt out in the Oct. 10 fire that destroyed two heritage buildings on Columbia Street. The bags, which feature an image of the destroyed block that was taken in 1977, are available at businesses throughout New West. For a full list of locations to find the bags, as well as details on a photo contest, go to www.b2bnownewwest.com.
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Lynn Quesnel and Andy Guetrin of Moody Beads and Victoria Lambert of The FAT Paint Company are amongst the merchants who will benefit from the sale of special shopping bags for a minimum $5 donation with hte proceeds going the Fire Relief Fund to help the businesses burnt out in the Oct. 10 fire that destroyed two heritage buildings on Columbia Street. The bags, which feature an image of the destroyed block that was taken in 1977, are available at businesses throughout New West. For a full list of locations to find the bags, as well as details on a photo contest, go to www.b2bnownewwest.com.

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