United Way gives to the Healthy Living program

United Way presents a cheque for $5,000 to the Healthy Living program sponsored by District of Clearwater and Clearwater Secondary School

United Way representative Danalee Baker (l) presents a cheque for $5

United Way representative Danalee Baker (l) presents a cheque for $5,000 to the Healthy Living program sponsored by District of Clearwater and Clearwater Secondary School. Accepting the funds are (l-r) District of Clearwater Community Recreation Healthy Living coordinator Eleanor Collins, former coordinator Christine Parsons, Clearwater councilor Shelley Sim, CSS principal Darren Coates and Clearwater chief administrator offi cer Leslie Groulx. “These funds are locally raised in the community and given out every fall,” says Baker. “Approximately 80 per cent of donations to the United Way are made through payroll deductions.”


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