Another successful drive: 99.7 The River radio personality Dave Reynolds is all smiles after Campbell Riverites came through with enough donations to fill two River Relief Trucks and begin working on a third. Reynolds' food drive is expected to end on Sunday.

Reynolds’ River Relief Truck a big success

Two trailers full of food collected and a third started

99.7 The River radio station personality Dave Reynolds’ River Relief Truck drive for the Campbell River Food Bank just keeps rolling.

Reynolds set a goal of filling a trailer full of food donations and, in fact, has filled two and is working on a third,  smaller, truck full of food to send to Gold River.

Reynolds has been living in the truck since the beginning of December and expects to wrap up on Sunday. He also set a goal of collecting 700 turkeys to be given out for Christmas which he also achieved

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