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Program boosters

Sarah Dymock, resource development coordinator with Haven Society, third from right, receives a $580 cheque from staff members with Island Savings Woodgrove Centre. The donation goes toward Haven programs for women and children. - Photo contributed
Sarah Dymock, resource development coordinator with Haven Society, third from right, receives a $580 cheque from staff members with Island Savings Woodgrove Centre. The donation goes toward Haven programs for women and children.
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