Knights of Columbus Hamper Fund – $3,500 presented to John Gernon by RCL President Rosaire Bernard.

Campbell River Legion making season brighter for local groups with great needs

The Royal Canadian Legion #137 in Campbell River made donations to three groups in the amount of $3,500 each.

They were:

Knights of Columbus Hamper Fund, $3,500 presented to John Gernon by RCL President Rosaire Bernard.

Campbell River Food Bank ,$3,500 presented to Debbie Willis by President Rosaire Bernard.

Salvation Army Christmas Appeal, $3500 presented to Violet Hopkins by President Rosaire Bernard.

Legion is hoping to make this a much brighter season for these groups with such great needs at this time of year.

 

Salvation Army Christmas Appeal – $3500 presented to Violet Hopkins by President Rosaire Bernard.

Campbell River Food Bank – $3,500 presented to Debbie Willis by President Rosaire Bernard.

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