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Castlegar Hyundai/Rebels Teddy Bear Toss brings in big harvest for local food bank

 Castlegar Hyundai collected over 140 teddy bears and food items at the Teddy Bear Toss for a Cause at the Castlegar Rebels game Feb. 8 against Beaver Valley. The food items will be donated to the Castlegar Community Harvest Food Bank, represented by Deb McIntosh (top). Representing Castlegar Hyundai were (from left) Corrine Tarasoff, Oksana Karpiv and Devon Cheveldaeff.  - Craig Lindsay
Castlegar Hyundai collected over 140 teddy bears and food items at the Teddy Bear Toss for a Cause at the Castlegar Rebels game Feb. 8 against Beaver Valley. The food items will be donated to the Castlegar Community Harvest Food Bank, represented by Deb McIntosh (top). Representing Castlegar Hyundai were (from left) Corrine Tarasoff, Oksana Karpiv and Devon Cheveldaeff.
— image credit: Craig Lindsay

More than 140 teddy bears and food items from the Teddy Bear Toss for a Cause at the Castlegar Rebels game Feb. 8 against Beaver Valley were collected and distributed by Castlegar Hyundai. The food items will be donated to the Castlegar Community Harvest Food Bank. The new teddy bears will be donated to the children's ward at the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital in Trail, while the used teddy bears will be given to the Salvation Army.

 

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