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McDonalds donates water bottle fountain to Castlegar Complex

Castlegar McDonalds owners Brad and Kathleen Zubick (from left) and Todd Wallace, maintenance foreman of the Castlegar Community Complex, show off the new water bottle fountain at the Castlegar Community Complex.  - Submitted
Castlegar McDonalds owners Brad and Kathleen Zubick (from left) and Todd Wallace, maintenance foreman of the Castlegar Community Complex, show off the new water bottle fountain at the Castlegar Community Complex.
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Castlegar McDonalds owners Brad and Kathleen Zubick and Todd Wallace, maintenance foreman of the Castlegar Community Complex, showed off the new water bottle fountain at the Castlegar Community Complex on Monday. The water fountain enables patrons to fill up water bottles and to date has helped eliminate 850 water bottles from the environment.

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