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News donates cash to Toy Run

Alberni Valley News publisher Teresa Bird, centre, presents $862 to Port Alberni Toy Run officials Kenn Whiteman, left, and David Wiwchar. The News collected the money via the Pennies For Presents initiative, which ran in November and December. Once again, Port Alberni showed itself to be the community with a heart. Thank you. - WAWMEESH G. HAMILTON/Alberni Valley News
Alberni Valley News publisher Teresa Bird, centre, presents $862 to Port Alberni Toy Run officials Kenn Whiteman, left, and David Wiwchar. The News collected the money via the Pennies For Presents initiative, which ran in November and December. Once again, Port Alberni showed itself to be the community with a heart. Thank you.
— image credit: WAWMEESH G. HAMILTON/Alberni Valley News
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