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Dar Henry, left, and Bob Chow, of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 256, present Wendy Pratt, executive director of Nanaimo Hospice, with a cheque for $1,000 for Hospice’s grief counselling program. - Photo contributed
Dar Henry, left, and Bob Chow, of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 256, present Wendy Pratt, executive director of Nanaimo Hospice, with a cheque for $1,000 for Hospice’s grief counselling program.
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