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Tour de force

Kristen Hayden and Kathy Ilott, left, from the Canadian Cancer Society’s Cops for Cancer, accept a cheque last week for $1,400 for the Tour de Rock, courtesy of Boston Pizza management and staff from Port Alberni, Parksville and Campbell River franchises.  - SONJA DRINKWATER/Alberni Valley News
Kristen Hayden and Kathy Ilott, left, from the Canadian Cancer Society’s Cops for Cancer, accept a cheque last week for $1,400 for the Tour de Rock, courtesy of Boston Pizza management and staff from Port Alberni, Parksville and Campbell River franchises.
— image credit: SONJA DRINKWATER/Alberni Valley News
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