Retired firefighter Bill Gyurkovits presents one $500 dollar cheque to Castlegar and District Community Services Executive Director

Toy Drive profits donated to locals

The West Kootenay Toy Drive has chosen to keep all profits within Castlegar.

The West Kootenay Toy Drive has raised a total of $1000 dollars and has chosen to keep the money local.

$500 dollars will be donated to the Castlegar and District Community Services while the remaining $500 dollars will be given to Deb McIntosh in support of her food bank.

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Dick Dunlop, another retired firefighter, presents Deb McIntosh with a cheque totaling $500 dollars in support of her food bank.

Dick Dunlop, another retired firefighter, hands Deb McIntosh a cheque totaling $500 dollars in support of her food bank.

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