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SuperValu fundraiser in Kitimat going well

A SuperValu fundraiser for one of their co-workers hurt in a recent car accident on Highway 37S maintains a long line of supporters. - Cameron Orr
A SuperValu fundraiser for one of their co-workers hurt in a recent car accident on Highway 37S maintains a long line of supporters.
— image credit: Cameron Orr

The staff at SuperValu have put together a barbecue fundraiser for one of their workers who was badly hurt in a Dec. 5 car accident outside of Kitimat.

Over the lunch hour in particular they've seen a steady long long of supporters and they will keep serving food until 5 p.m. today.

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