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Christmas turkey with chow mein trimmings

Christmas turkey with chow mein trimmings: Best Wok Restaurant owner Bania Chan served Christnmas dinners to 101 seniors Sunday in aid of the Campbell River Food Bank. It was the 12th anniversary of the event and was enjoyed by (left to right) Harold and Cecilia Sloat and Katherine and Earl Cooper. Chan’s guests brought “lots” of food for the food bank and donated $128 in cash. - Brian Kieran/The Mirror
Christmas turkey with chow mein trimmings: Best Wok Restaurant owner Bania Chan served Christnmas dinners to 101 seniors Sunday in aid of the Campbell River Food Bank. It was the 12th anniversary of the event and was enjoyed by (left to right) Harold and Cecilia Sloat and Katherine and Earl Cooper. Chan’s guests brought “lots” of food for the food bank and donated $128 in cash.
— image credit: Brian Kieran/The Mirror
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