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Buy-Low Foods raised $61,000 for Variety the Children’s Charity at the 15th-annual Buy-Low Golf Classic.

From left are Variety second president Bill Senghera, Variety Gold Heart Chair Barbara Stewart, and Buy-Low Food president Dan Bregg. Variety raises funds to help children with special needs and their families, and last year provided direct assistance to more than 1,300 families across British Columbia.

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