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Members of the Campbell River Storm showed up at the Temporary Homeless Shelter on Dogwood Street Thursday morning to help build fences and shovel gravel. - Campbell River Storm photo via Twitter
Members of the Campbell River Storm showed up at the Temporary Homeless Shelter on Dogwood Street Thursday morning to help build fences and shovel gravel.
— image credit: Campbell River Storm photo via Twitter

Members of the Campbell River Storm showed up at the Temporary Homeless Shelter on Dogwood Street Thursday morning to help build fences and shovel gravel.

Campbell River Storm photo via Twitter

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