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The future is friendly to the food bank

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Linda Jackson (right) from the TELUS Charitable Giving program presents a cheque for $9,290 to Surrey Food Bank's event coordinator Katrina Albert (left) and Kuldip Ardawa, community partnerships coordinator.

 

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