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Grocer gives to children in need

Save-On-Foods is helping the public help others in Nanaimo who would normally have a bleak Christmas.

Through its Angel Tree program, Save-On-Foods will give 1,000 Save On More reward points  to anyone who buys a $5-plus gift from the store for a child or teenager in need.

For more information, please go to www.saveonfoods.com.

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