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Carolyn Hoare of Island Radio, left, Jennifer Le of Boston Pizza and Blair Lukaitis of Galaxy Cinemas took part in the Starlight Galaxy Film Festival in support of the United Way of Central and Northern Vancouver Island. The Nov. 2 event saw 400 teens spend the night watching movies and raising more than $7,500 for the United Way.  - Photo contributed
Carolyn Hoare of Island Radio, left, Jennifer Le of Boston Pizza and Blair Lukaitis of Galaxy Cinemas took part in the Starlight Galaxy Film Festival in support of the United Way of Central and Northern Vancouver Island. The Nov. 2 event saw 400 teens spend the night watching movies and raising more than $7,500 for the United Way.
— image credit: Photo contributed
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