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BBQ for Burn Fund

The Campbell River Fire Fighters, Marine Harvest and Superstore teamed up on Canada Day for the benefit of the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund. More than $1,800 was raised by serving over 400 happy customers a Marine Harvest barbequed salmon burger and a side dish. Thanks to all the people who made a donation to this worthy cause. In the photo (from left) are Seth Hildebrand (fire prevention officer), Debra Rogers (Burn Fund rep), Scott Kratzmann (firefighter), Adam Clarkson (Superstore), Ian Roberts (Marine Harvest Canada) and Tyler Saxby (firefighter). - Submitted
The Campbell River Fire Fighters, Marine Harvest and Superstore teamed up on Canada Day for the benefit of the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund. More than $1,800 was raised by serving over 400 happy customers a Marine Harvest barbequed salmon burger and a side dish. Thanks to all the people who made a donation to this worthy cause. In the photo (from left) are Seth Hildebrand (fire prevention officer), Debra Rogers (Burn Fund rep), Scott Kratzmann (firefighter), Adam Clarkson (Superstore), Ian Roberts (Marine Harvest Canada) and Tyler Saxby (firefighter).
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