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Cram the Cruiser set for this Saturday

Terrace RCMP auxiliary constables continue their tradition of collecting cash and food items for the Terrace Churches Food Bank at Walmart from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday, Dec. 14.

Auxiliary constables and other RCMP staff will be collecting donations to Cram the Cruiser full to help feed those in town who need a little extra help at this time of year.

All kinds of non-perishable food items are needed and that includes baby food and diapers too for the youngest ones.

A top 10 list of food items needed include canned fish/meat, such as tuna, ham, turkey; meals in a tin, such as pork ā€˜nā€™ beans or stew; canned fruits and vegetables; healthy cereals, hot or cold; large cans of powdered baby formula; whole grain pasta and rice; pasta sauces; canned and dry soups; peanut butter and macaroni and cheese.

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