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  - Boaz Joseph / The Leader
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Surrey RCMP Consts. Nick Morden (left) and Ivan Lai were among 15 members of the District 1 RCMP office who participated in a two-day Sort-A-Thon at the Surrey Food Bank this weekend.

Twelve teams competed in 90-minute shifts to see who could sort the most goods – donations collected over the holidays and stored off-site until now.

The winner was the BMO team, which sorted just under nine of the 60 skids of food.

 

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