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Food and funds

Food and funds: Chief Niels Holbek and members of the Oyster River Fire Rescue Department present Gord Taylor of the Salvation Army with a cheque for $540 and boxes of groceries donated by the community. The fire department also thanked Discovery Foods for providing space for their drop box and for allowing the members to spend an afternoon in front of their store. - Photo submitted
Food and funds: Chief Niels Holbek and members of the Oyster River Fire Rescue Department present Gord Taylor of the Salvation Army with a cheque for $540 and boxes of groceries donated by the community. The fire department also thanked Discovery Foods for providing space for their drop box and for allowing the members to spend an afternoon in front of their store.
— image credit: Photo submitted
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