Community Papers

Big boost

Association for Community Living (ACL) executive director Greg HIll (yellow shirt) receives a cheque for $9,000 from Rotary Club president Darryn Stryga. The $9000 will go to a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit that is required at the ACL shop under Worksafe BC regulations. - Photo submitted
Association for Community Living (ACL) executive director Greg HIll (yellow shirt) receives a cheque for $9,000 from Rotary Club president Darryn Stryga. The $9000 will go to a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit that is required at the ACL shop under Worksafe BC regulations.
— image credit: Photo submitted

Association for Community Living (ACL) executive director Greg HIll (yellow shirt) receives a cheque for $9,000 from Rotary Club president Darryn Stryga. The $9000 will go to a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit that is required at the ACL shop under Worksafe BC regulations.

We encourage an open exchange of ideas on this story's topic, but we ask you to follow our guidelines for respecting community standards. Personal attacks, inappropriate language, and off-topic comments may be removed, and comment privileges revoked, per our Terms of Use. Please see our FAQ if you have questions or concerns about using Facebook to comment.

You might like ...

Const. Neil Bruce student thinks of others this Christmas
 
UPDATE: Coquitlam RCMP believe alcohol likely a factor in collision that killed pedestrian
 
B.C.-only wines to come to some grocery stores
Museum meanders down memory lane
 
Virk shuffled to new job after Kwantlen flap
 
Christians and Muslims join together to spread holiday cheer to the homeless
FAMILY: Families the focus at Christmas for Salvation Army
 
Red Hatters give to the community
 
Gingerbread houses built for Christmas Bureau