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Financial fuel to help good deeds continue

Pictured (L-R)  are Mark Savoie from Castlegar Search and Rescue and Jordan Perkins (Franchisee) of Boston Pizza Castlegar.   - Submitted
Pictured (L-R) are Mark Savoie from Castlegar Search and Rescue and Jordan Perkins (Franchisee) of Boston Pizza Castlegar.
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Boston Pizza has raised $1,185 to donate to the cause of finding peoples' loved ones who have gotten into trouble.

They hope that seeing a donation to Search and Rescue helps others realize they can do the same.

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