Elaine Gallaway displays the new 2017 Campbell River Food Bank calender which is on sale around town. Proceeds go towards the Food Bank.

Calendar benefits Campbell River Food Bank

Sixteen iconic images donated by local amateur and professional photographers

Campbell River Food Bank society has something to help you keep track of the days and months – a new calendar.

Partnering with Cermaq Canada Ltd., Greg seafood BC Ltd., Marine harvest Canada, Nyrstar Myra Falls Ltd., Unifor local 3019 and Tourism Campbell River and Region and printed by Kask Graphics, the society has created a calendar that depicts Campbell River and area in monthly installments.

The 2017 Calendar, available for purchase mid August, has 16 iconic images donated by local amateur and professional photographers, with events information and “did you know” vignettes to keep it all about Campbell River.

“We reached out to the community for photos and assistance and are thrilled with the response. The calendar has a particular light that runs through all of the photos from the spectacular cover of Elk Falls Suspension Bridge to a misty Estuary walk. Each month highlights the diversity of work and play and explains why we stay,” says Food Bank manager Debbie Willis. Calendars are available at retail outlets throughout the community or call the Food Bank at 250–286- 3226 to find out more. The cost of each calendar is $20 with all proceeds going to the Food Bank.

Just Posted

Vessel washed ashore in Campbell River during last night’s storm

A vessel appears to have gotten loose and washed to shore on… Continue reading

Heavy snowfall closes Mount Washington for the day

Road to ski resort deemed unsafe, “high avalanche danger”

Power outages in Campbell River region after last nights storm

Stormy weather across the region has knocked out the power for many… Continue reading

Meet your new best friend with the John Howard KidStart mentorship program

When Adrienne Biggs, 10, goes over to her mentors’ Tom and Gloria… Continue reading

Family Literacy Week in Campbell River a chance to celebrate play

A few additions to the itinerary from previous years, week-long event ‘shaping up to be super great’

REPLAY: B.C. this week in video

In case you missed it, here’s a look at replay-worthy highlights from across the province this week

VIDEO: Dramatic video shows return of B.C. snowboarders

Two snowboarders were rescued near Rossland, B.C. on Sunday after being lost overnight.

Tom Brady leads Patriots back to Super Bowl, top Jaguars 24-20

New England to face winner of Sunday night’s game between Minnesota and Philadelphia on Feb. 4

UPDATE: Ferries sailing again after stormy weather caused cancellations

B.C. Ferries cancelled numerous sailings around Vancouver Island today, Jan. 21

Homes, roads flooded in Whiskey Creek following downpour

Crews aid flooded homeowners while roads near Hwy 4 closed Sunday morning

Liberals quietly tap experts to write new paternity leave rules

Ideas include creating an entirely new leave benefit similar to one that exists in Quebec

Insurers say Canadian weather getting hotter, wetter and weirder

Average number of days with heavy rain or snow across Canada has been outside norm since spring 2013

Final phase of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy trials to kick off in B.C.

Doctors hope to get psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy legalized in Canada and the U.S. by 2021

Wind warning back in effect around Vancouver Island

80 km/h winds expected Saturday, Jan. 20, on east coast of Island, 100 km/h on west coast

Most Read