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Rossland Legion supports Skool Aid

Skool Aid assists low-income families in the Lower Columbia

The Rossland Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion has donated to the Holy Trinity Parish Skool-Aid program.

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This year marks 10 years since the inception of Skool Aid.

Over that time, approximately 1,500 packages of school supplies have been handed out to lower income students in the Lower Columbia region.

On hand to thank Legion members for their support were Louise McEwan (centre) and Marianne Hubbard from the Skool Aid program. Veterans Al Stinson (Charities Chair), Joanne Drystek (Treasurer), and Ray van den Nieuwenhof (Service Officer) presented the Rossland Legion’s $500 donation.

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