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Sizable show of support for Castlegar cause

Enormous Productions of Castlegar  has recently made a $1,000 donation to the Community Harvest Food Bank. Pictured during the presentation are the food bank
Enormous Productions of Castlegar has recently made a $1,000 donation to the Community Harvest Food Bank. Pictured during the presentation are the food bank's Deb McIntosh flanked by Sierra Hayashi (L) and Norm Lepine of Enormous.
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Because of strong buying power and acute knowledge of local needs, the Community Harvest Food Bank can make a dollar go a long way... nothing is a more useful gift to the food bank than money. Enormous Productions has helped to answer the local charitable challenge.

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