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Driving for Inclusion

Karl Ebdrup (Back row from left), Ben Coyle, Shawn Edwards, Henry Albrecht of Steve Marshall Ford present Greg Hill, executive director of the Campbell River and District Association for Community Living (back row, far right) with a cheque for $2,560 which will be turned over to the band Inclusion. Inclusion members pictured, from row from left, are: John Hollywood, Andrew Wilkes, Dwayne Bryant and Justin Fong. The money was raised through the Ford Drive 4UR Community event on Aug. 10 by Ford donating $20 for each of the 128 public test drives of Ford vehicles parked in the Wal-Mart parking lot. The money will be going to Inclusion, which is made up of clients of the Association for Community Living.  - Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
Karl Ebdrup (Back row from left), Ben Coyle, Shawn Edwards, Henry Albrecht of Steve Marshall Ford present Greg Hill, executive director of the Campbell River and District Association for Community Living (back row, far right) with a cheque for $2,560 which will be turned over to the band Inclusion. Inclusion members pictured, from row from left, are: John Hollywood, Andrew Wilkes, Dwayne Bryant and Justin Fong. The money was raised through the Ford Drive 4UR Community event on Aug. 10 by Ford donating $20 for each of the 128 public test drives of Ford vehicles parked in the Wal-Mart parking lot. The money will be going to Inclusion, which is made up of clients of the Association for Community Living.
— image credit: Kristen Douglas/The Mirror
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