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Thank Heaven for 7-11

Thank Heaven for 7-11: In the month of April, the Team at the Willow Point 7-11 held a used book, DVD and VHS sale to raise money for the Campbell River Women’s Centre. They raised a total of $650. Presenting the cheque to Ellen Latta (Women’s Centre board member – second from left) is: Debbie Hunter (store manager), Janice Sewell (7-11 field consultant), Christina Swift and Jessie Speedie (7-11 employees). - Photo submitted
Thank Heaven for 7-11: In the month of April, the Team at the Willow Point 7-11 held a used book, DVD and VHS sale to raise money for the Campbell River Women’s Centre. They raised a total of $650. Presenting the cheque to Ellen Latta (Women’s Centre board member – second from left) is: Debbie Hunter (store manager), Janice Sewell (7-11 field consultant), Christina Swift and Jessie Speedie (7-11 employees).
— image credit: Photo submitted
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