Zellstoff Celgar’s Managing Directors Kevin Anderson and Cherie Hanvold along with the other members of Celgar’s Donations Committee present to The Sharing Pot. Left to right: Pat Chernenkoff

Zellstoff Celgar presented $700 in gift cards to The Sharing Pot

Zellstoff Celgar presented $700 in gift cards to The Sharing Pot coordinator Rosemary Manarin.

Zellstoff Celgar presented $700 in gift cards to The Sharing Pot coordinator Rosemary Manarin. The Sharing Pot (aka Stonesoup) is spearheaded by the Castlegar United Church and together with volunteers from St. David’s Anglican Church, St. Rita’s Catholic Church and the Union of Spiritual Community of Christ they have been providing a hot and nutritious weekly dinner for those in need since 1996.

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