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Bearing down for the SPCA

The Campbell River SPCA’s Raise The Roof fundraiser received a $3,400 boost last week when it received $2,400 from Daigle Marine and Welding and $500 apiece from the downtown and Willow Point firefighters. The money was donated in memory of Tricia DeBruyne, a former SPCA manager and longtime supporter, who died this year. In the front row, from left, are firefighting brothers Michael and Stuart Dumont along with Tony Daigle. In the back, from left, are firefighter Scott Kratzmann, SPCA Manager Stephanie Arkwright, SPCA supporters Cyriel DeBruyne and Carol Chapman, and volunteer firefighter Jim Vaton. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
The Campbell River SPCA’s Raise The Roof fundraiser received a $3,400 boost last week when it received $2,400 from Daigle Marine and Welding and $500 apiece from the downtown and Willow Point firefighters. The money was donated in memory of Tricia DeBruyne, a former SPCA manager and longtime supporter, who died this year. In the front row, from left, are firefighting brothers Michael and Stuart Dumont along with Tony Daigle. In the back, from left, are firefighter Scott Kratzmann, SPCA Manager Stephanie Arkwright, SPCA supporters Cyriel DeBruyne and Carol Chapman, and volunteer firefighter Jim Vaton.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

The Campbell River SPCA’s Raise The Roof fundraiser received a $3,400 boost last week when it received $2,400 from Daigle Marine and Welding and $500 apiece from the downtown and Willow Point firefighters.

The money was donated in memory of Tricia DeBruyne, a former SPCA manager and longtime supporter, who died this year. In the front row, from left, are firefighting brothers Michael and Stuart Dumont along with Tony Daigle. In the back, from left, are firefighter Scott Kratzmann, SPCA Manager Stephanie Arkwright, SPCA supporters Cyriel DeBruyne and Carol Chapman, and volunteer firefighter Jim Vaton.

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