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Surrey longshoremen show their giving ways

Dave Hopkinson, Rocky Thompson, Kylie Tabin and Mark Tabin display some of the products collected for the Surrey Food Bank this Christmas. - Submitted
Dave Hopkinson, Rocky Thompson, Kylie Tabin and Mark Tabin display some of the products collected for the Surrey Food Bank this Christmas.
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ILWU (International Longshore & Warehouse Union) Local 502, located in Surrey, once again showed their Christmas spirit this season with their annual drive for the Surrey Food Bank.

The local collected over 1,000 pounds of food and donated $4,000 in cash.

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