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Students who visit the Mailman Life Skills House at Timberline Secondary will benefit from a $2,600 donation provided by local Shoppers Drug Marts through its Tree of Life Campaign. Students with special needs learn all sorts of daily skills in the fully-fitted house. Pictured from left are Andrew Caulfield, Brian Amos, Shoppers’ owner and pharmacist Rod Krasman and Brayden Bridges. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Students who visit the Mailman Life Skills House at Timberline Secondary will benefit from a $2,600 donation provided by local Shoppers Drug Marts through its Tree of Life Campaign. Students with special needs learn all sorts of daily skills in the fully-fitted house. Pictured from left are Andrew Caulfield, Brian Amos, Shoppers’ owner and pharmacist Rod Krasman and Brayden Bridges.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

Students who visit the Mailman Life Skills House at Timberline Secondary will benefit from a $2,600 donation provided by local Shoppers Drug Marts through its Tree of Life Campaign.

Students with special needs learn all sorts of daily skills in the fully-fitted house. Pictured from left are Andrew Caulfield, Brian Amos, Shoppers’ owner and pharmacist Rod Krasman and Brayden Bridges.

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