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THEY LOVE KAMLOOPS!

Dennis Bauhuis (left), and Doug Gleddie were among 100 volunteers who served 250 turkey dinners to the less fortunate at the recent Kamloops Alliance Church’s Love Kamloops Louder Than Words community dinner. In addition, 150 meals where sent to the New Life Mission.   - DAVE EAGLES PHOTO/KTW
Dennis Bauhuis (left), and Doug Gleddie were among 100 volunteers who served 250 turkey dinners to the less fortunate at the recent Kamloops Alliance Church’s Love Kamloops Louder Than Words community dinner. In addition, 150 meals where sent to the New Life Mission. 
— image credit: DAVE EAGLES PHOTO/KTW
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