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Party presents: The Campbell River Beacon Club provides a safe, welcoming and non-judgmental environment where adults with chronic mental illnesses and addictions can spend time with their peers and learn skills to help them on their journey of recovery. The Campbell River Daybreak Rotary Club collected donations of gifts during the month of November to give to the Beacon Club for their Christmas party yesterday. Displaying the donations are (front row): Robyn Elsworth, Asger Andersen (Beacon Club); (back row): Mike Rushton, Bobbi Colwell (Rotarians), Tara Kaye (Beacon Club). - Photo submitted
Party presents: The Campbell River Beacon Club provides a safe, welcoming and non-judgmental environment where adults with chronic mental illnesses and addictions can spend time with their peers and learn skills to help them on their journey of recovery. The Campbell River Daybreak Rotary Club collected donations of gifts during the month of November to give to the Beacon Club for their Christmas party yesterday. Displaying the donations are (front row): Robyn Elsworth, Asger Andersen (Beacon Club); (back row): Mike Rushton, Bobbi Colwell (Rotarians), Tara Kaye (Beacon Club).
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