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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.
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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.

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