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Instituting care

Alex Counsell, operations manager for Loaves and Fishes Community Food Bank, accepts 50 baskets of food and $25 from Kirsta Caduff, centre, and Vanessa Mayser of Tru Spa Institute of Aesthetics. The food and cash were raised during the school’s food drive last month. - Photo contributed
Alex Counsell, operations manager for Loaves and Fishes Community Food Bank, accepts 50 baskets of food and $25 from Kirsta Caduff, centre, and Vanessa Mayser of Tru Spa Institute of Aesthetics. The food and cash were raised during the school’s food drive last month.
— image credit: Photo contributed
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