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High tech help

High tech help: The Altrusa Club of Campbell River provides computers for children at Ann Elmore House. Shown here: Patricia Tomlinson, Altrusa, Valery Puetz, Executive Director Campbell River and North Island Transition Society, Bonnie McGill, Child and Youth Counsellor, Ann Elmore House, and Edie Wilcox, Altrusa with one of two computers purchased with a $1,000 donation from the Altrusa Club.  - Photo submitted
High tech help: The Altrusa Club of Campbell River provides computers for children at Ann Elmore House. Shown here: Patricia Tomlinson, Altrusa, Valery Puetz, Executive Director Campbell River and North Island Transition Society, Bonnie McGill, Child and Youth Counsellor, Ann Elmore House, and Edie Wilcox, Altrusa with one of two computers purchased with a $1,000 donation from the Altrusa Club.
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