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Helping the food bank

Courtenay Quality Foods manager Dan Gigliotti notes that you can buy a bag of food from his QF store and the one in Comox that will be delivered to the Comox Valley Food Bank. In the Nov. 28 Record newspaper, you’ll find an empty bag into which you can put non-perishable food. You then take the bag to a QF store or directly to the food bank. - Scott Stanfield
Courtenay Quality Foods manager Dan Gigliotti notes that you can buy a bag of food from his QF store and the one in Comox that will be delivered to the Comox Valley Food Bank. In the Nov. 28 Record newspaper, you’ll find an empty bag into which you can put non-perishable food. You then take the bag to a QF store or directly to the food bank.
— image credit: Scott Stanfield
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