Eagles #3097 donated $5

5,072 Reasons to be Thankful

Eagles #3097 donated $5,072.27 and 1,285 non perishable food items to the Campbell River Food Bank as part of their National Food Drive 2016.

A special thank you was given to all the Eagles Aerie & Auxiliary members and Campbell River Storm for their participation. The goal in 2017 is to double the numbers. In the picture: Diane Drake, project vice chair – Ladies Auxiliary, Deb Willis – Executive Director, Campbell River Food Bank, Kealy KIKI Donaldson, project chair – Ladies Auxiliary.  Missing: Marlene Jordan, Kitchen Captain – Ladies Auxilliary and Hector Dubois, Aerie #3097 President.

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