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Making a contribution

A local women’s group, CREW, a group of local women formed when the Campbell River branch of the Canadian Federation of University Women folded in the late 1990s, made a big donation to Cedar Elementary School last Monday. The women donated warm clothing and a cheque for $535 to go towards providing breakfast, lunch, fresh fruits and vegetables to children attending the school. Pictured are students Kiara Hunter, Sophia Barge, Jordan Merrick and Noah Decaire, school principal Melinda Geberal (centre) and Yvonne Andre and Pat James (back row) from CREW. - Photo courtesy of CREW
A local women’s group, CREW, a group of local women formed when the Campbell River branch of the Canadian Federation of University Women folded in the late 1990s, made a big donation to Cedar Elementary School last Monday. The women donated warm clothing and a cheque for $535 to go towards providing breakfast, lunch, fresh fruits and vegetables to children attending the school. Pictured are students Kiara Hunter, Sophia Barge, Jordan Merrick and Noah Decaire, school principal Melinda Geberal (centre) and Yvonne Andre and Pat James (back row) from CREW.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of CREW
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