Campbell River Mirror

Best buddies at Christmas

Best buddies at Christmas: At the Harris Nissan Food and Toy Drive BC Lions star wide receiver Geroy Simon found a new best buddy in two-and-a-half-year-old Forrest Butler. The dealership welcomed more than 300 visitors Saturday who brought enough non-perishables to fill five skids for the Campbell River Food Bank and enough toys to fill the backs of two Titan pickups for various charities.  - Brian Kieran/The Mirror
Best buddies at Christmas: At the Harris Nissan Food and Toy Drive BC Lions star wide receiver Geroy Simon found a new best buddy in two-and-a-half-year-old Forrest Butler. The dealership welcomed more than 300 visitors Saturday who brought enough non-perishables to fill five skids for the Campbell River Food Bank and enough toys to fill the backs of two Titan pickups for various charities.
— image credit: Brian Kieran/The Mirror
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