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Coming clean on Quadra

Students at Quadra Elementary did such an awesome job of tidying up around their school this week that they were the lucky recipients of $500 for taking part in the Tim Hortons Community Clean Up. As well, Cathy Paquin, co-owner of Campbell River’s Tim Hortons, presents a $100 Tims gift card to  principal Don Kretlow. Eleven schools in the district took part in the clean-up effort that ran in conjunction with Earth Day. - Photo submitted
Students at Quadra Elementary did such an awesome job of tidying up around their school this week that they were the lucky recipients of $500 for taking part in the Tim Hortons Community Clean Up. As well, Cathy Paquin, co-owner of Campbell River’s Tim Hortons, presents a $100 Tims gift card to principal Don Kretlow. Eleven schools in the district took part in the clean-up effort that ran in conjunction with Earth Day.
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Students at Quadra Elementary did such an awesome job of tidying up around their school this week that they were the lucky recipients of $500 for taking part in the Tim Hortons Community Clean Up.

As well, Cathy Paquin, co-owner of Campbell River’s Tim Hortons, presents a $100 Tims gift card to  principal Don Kretlow. Eleven schools in the district took part in the clean-up effort that ran in conjunction with Earth Day.

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