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Donation warms the bellies of Cranbrook's less fortunate

(From left) Captain Kirk Green of the Salvation Army, Brian Smith, Michael Evans manager of the Cranbrook Superstore, Jim Cupidio of the Colombo Lodge, Max Dressler of the Cranbrook Rotary Club, and staff of the Cranbrook Superstore.  - Photo Darcy Wiebe
(From left) Captain Kirk Green of the Salvation Army, Brian Smith, Michael Evans manager of the Cranbrook Superstore, Jim Cupidio of the Colombo Lodge, Max Dressler of the Cranbrook Rotary Club, and staff of the Cranbrook Superstore.
— image credit: Photo Darcy Wiebe

The Cristoforo Colombo Lodge and the Cranbrook Rotary Club with help from the Cranbrook Superstore donated 96 turkeys to the Salvation Army. Money was raised through ticket sales from the Seniors Dinner held at the Colombo Lodge. Superstore helped the donation by discounting the turkeys.

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