Food Bank says thanks for the donations

Clearwater and District Food Bank would like to thank all those who helped make the C-Me-Live Concert and Silent Auction a success

Editor, The Times:

Clearwater and District Food Bank would like to thank all those who helped make the C-Me-Live Concert and Silent Auction on Sunday, Dec. 9, a big success again this year. A big thank-you to Bonnie of the Wells Gray Hotel for her contribution and  to Denis Chaychowsky who produced and directed the event for the 19th year. A special thanks to the local musical groups who put together the songs for the Winter Night CD and who donated the money from the sale of the CDs to the Food Bank. The event contributed just over $5,000 with $1,760 coming from sales from the CDs.

We also received a generous donation from Royal Canadian Legion Branch 259 of $500.

A heartfelt thanks to all those who joined us at the concert and made generous donations and bids on donated items making our Christmas campaign successful.

Clearwater and District Food Bank

 

 

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