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Big support:Campbell River Scotiabank’s used book sales raised $3,328 for Campbell River Family Services. The staff sell the books in the branch and raised half the money and the bank matched it to double the contribution. Symbolically presenting the cheque to Family Services Society executive director Camille Lagueux (centre) are branch manager Vanessa Hamer (left) and staff member Terilyn Morrison. - Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
Big support:Campbell River Scotiabank’s used book sales raised $3,328 for Campbell River Family Services. The staff sell the books in the branch and raised half the money and the bank matched it to double the contribution. Symbolically presenting the cheque to Family Services Society executive director Camille Lagueux (centre) are branch manager Vanessa Hamer (left) and staff member Terilyn Morrison.
— image credit: Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
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