Man who lost home thanks the community

I would like to thank those of Clearwater and Vavenby for their generous help

Editor’s Note: The writer of the following letter lost his home in Sunshine Valley to a fire on Oct. 18.

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I would like to thank those of Clearwater and Vavenby for their generous help they provided.

Thank you to Clearwater and Blackpool fire departments, RCMP, and to my neighbourhood neighbours for their support. Thank you to the Clearwater Food Bank, Clearwater-Vavenby  Lions Club, family and friends, and to my co-workers, much appreciated and many thank yous to everyone else who helped in our time of need. A special thanks goes to Kim, Rod, Breanna, and Kristen for opening their home to me.

Jayme Brock

Clearwater, B.C.

 

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