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Powering up for Salmon Fest

Jim Lilburn, centre, is pleased to accept a $1,000 cheque for this year’s Salmon Festival from Len Storvold, Island Generation operations and maintenance manager, and Dave Mann, Island Generation shift engineer. The cheque presentation took place at the Capital Power Island Generation Facility in Campbell River April 8.  - Photo submitted
Jim Lilburn, centre, is pleased to accept a $1,000 cheque for this year’s Salmon Festival from Len Storvold, Island Generation operations and maintenance manager, and Dave Mann, Island Generation shift engineer. The cheque presentation took place at the Capital Power Island Generation Facility in Campbell River April 8.
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Jim Lilburn, centre, is pleased to accept a $1,000 cheque for this year’s Salmon Festival from Len Storvold, Island Generation operations and maintenance manager, and Dave Mann, Island Generation shift engineer. The cheque presentation took place at the Capital Power Island Generation Facility in Campbell River April 8.

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