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Kamloops Fire Rescue firefighters Derek Moroz (left) and Chris Austinson (top) load new toys into their firetruck with the help of Real Canadian Superstore employees Richard Munk, Reanna Burlotte and Eileen Hollander on Wednesday, Dec. 5, before delivering the toys to The River’s 20th annual Toy Drive breakfast at Hotel 540. The event collected 3,680 toys which will go to Christmas Amalgamated, up from 2,544 last year. Cash donations at the fundraiser will go to buy equipment for the neonatal intensive-care unit at Royal Inland Hospital. - DAVE EAGLES/KTW
Kamloops Fire Rescue firefighters Derek Moroz (left) and Chris Austinson (top) load new toys into their firetruck with the help of Real Canadian Superstore employees Richard Munk, Reanna Burlotte and Eileen Hollander on Wednesday, Dec. 5, before delivering the toys to The River’s 20th annual Toy Drive breakfast at Hotel 540. The event collected 3,680 toys which will go to Christmas Amalgamated, up from 2,544 last year. Cash donations at the fundraiser will go to buy equipment for the neonatal intensive-care unit at Royal Inland Hospital.
— image credit: DAVE EAGLES/KTW
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