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A time to give

Donations for the Knights of Columbus Hamper Fund have been coming in over the past couple of weeks. Above, Ian Roberts of Marine Harvest presents Jim Linton of the Knights of Columbus Hamper Fund with a $1,100 and food donation. Marine Harvest also donated $1,000 to the Campbell River Food Bank and the North Island Women’s Resource Society. - Photo courtesy of Marine Harvest
Donations for the Knights of Columbus Hamper Fund have been coming in over the past couple of weeks. Above, Ian Roberts of Marine Harvest presents Jim Linton of the Knights of Columbus Hamper Fund with a $1,100 and food donation. Marine Harvest also donated $1,000 to the Campbell River Food Bank and the North Island Women’s Resource Society.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Marine Harvest
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