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BABY BASICS A SUCCESS

Pitching in to help out with this year’s Basics For Babies event at Hotel 540 on Friday,  Nov. 23, were members  of Valleyview  secondary leadership class and Thompson Rivers University hockey players. Filling the van, clockwise from left: Kevin Lourens, Brennan Wright, Jake Howardson, Anthony DeLong, Monique Fodor, Kelsey Altwater and Cailey Watters. The event, organized by radio station B-100, raised $35,000 in cash and $5,000 in items, all of which will be used by the Kamloops Food Bank to help its  clients with babies.  - DAVE EAGLES PHOTO/KTW
Pitching in to help out with this year’s Basics For Babies event at Hotel 540 on Friday, Nov. 23, were members of Valleyview secondary leadership class and Thompson Rivers University hockey players. Filling the van, clockwise from left: Kevin Lourens, Brennan Wright, Jake Howardson, Anthony DeLong, Monique Fodor, Kelsey Altwater and Cailey Watters. The event, organized by radio station B-100, raised $35,000 in cash and $5,000 in items, all of which will be used by the Kamloops Food Bank to help its clients with babies. 
— image credit: DAVE EAGLES PHOTO/KTW
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