Royal Purple helps three groups

Red Cross HELP depot, Legion and Food Bank get help from Clearwater community organization

Barb Hall (l) of HELP accepts a $250 cheque from Royal Purple's Marie Janzen.

Barb Hall (l) of Clearwater’s Red Cross health equipment loan program (HELP) accepts a $250 cheque from Royal Purple #302 representative Marie Janzen.    Photo submitted




LegionLeft: Clearwater-Vavenby Legion Branch #499 representative Bob Freeston (l) accepts a cheque from Marie Janzen of Royal Purple #302 recently. Janzen has been a member of Royal Purple for 50 years.    Photo submitted





Below: Royal Purple #302 representative Marie Janzen (l) presents a cheque to Clearwater and District Food Bank representative Hailey Jones recently.     Photo submitted

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