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Sources supported by rotary club

The Rotary Club of White Rock pledged $50,000 over two years to the Sources Food Bank Capital Campaign.

The first half of the funds was presented by club president Peter Short to Sources CEO David Young and Denise Darrell, the director of community services.

“These funds will help us equip the space with a much-needed elevator that will help our volunteers transport our donations,” Young said.

 

 

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