Campbell River rallies to redo deck at Second Chance Recovery Home

Spearheaded by Jody McIlmoyl, owner of TTM construction, a group of businesses and organizations came together to fix the deck at North Island Supportive Recovery Society’s Second Chance Recovery House. TTM construction and Camcour Vinyl Deck and Rail did the manual labour on the project supported with donated materials from Home Hardware, discounted materials from Deckrite Canada and Innovative Aluminum Systems and monetary donations from the Legion Ladies Auxiliary, Iron Clad Contractors, Campbell River Fire Department, Vancouver Island Real Estate Board, Daybreak and Noon Hour Rotary, Steve Marshall Ford as well as funds donated by the community through a Go Fund Me page.

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