CD by local musicians helps food bank

The CD, “Songs for a Winter’s Night”, hit the stores this month and will remain there until the end of this holiday season

Editor, The Times:

The CD, “Songs for a Winter’s Night”, hit the stores this month and will remain there until the end of this holiday season. This CD is a wonderful collaboration of local musicians produced for the sole purpose of raising money for the Clearwater and District Food Bank. This past week the group has been able to donate $1,500 to the Food Bank. We will continue to donate the proceeds from sales as long as the CD keeps selling.

This gift, when shared with family and friends, will really keep on giving for years to come. We the musicians, fondly calling ourselves “Non Perishable-Items”, encourage you to add this CD to your last minute shopping list. Together we can share music and food at the same time!

A big thanks goes out to the Clearwater Times, Blue Loon Grill and all the following retailers in helping with the promotion of this project.

CDs can be purchased at the following retailers: Pharmasave, Home Hardware, Blue Loon Grill, O’Bryan’s Café, Dee’s General Store, Little Fort General Store and Clearwater Computers.

Peace and Love to you all,

Sam Willan

Clearwater, B.C.

 

 

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