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Hampers brim with Christmas fare for those in need

Hampers brim with Christmas fare for those in need: The Campbell River Knights of Columbus Community Christmas Hamper drive delivered a wealth of seasonal cheer to more than 1,200 families in need this year. Volunteers like (left to right) Barbara Meehan, Ann Gearey and Larry Meehan were busy loading up hampers for delivery over the weekend. Each hamper contained about $120 worth of food and toys. - Brian Kieran/The Mirror
Hampers brim with Christmas fare for those in need: The Campbell River Knights of Columbus Community Christmas Hamper drive delivered a wealth of seasonal cheer to more than 1,200 families in need this year. Volunteers like (left to right) Barbara Meehan, Ann Gearey and Larry Meehan were busy loading up hampers for delivery over the weekend. Each hamper contained about $120 worth of food and toys.
— image credit: Brian Kieran/The Mirror
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